Bujumbura International Airport (IATA: BJM, ICAO: HBBA) is an airport in Bujumbura, the capital of Burundi.
Latitude and longitude of Bujumbura
Bujumbura (/ˌbuːdʒəmˈbʊərə/; French pronunciation: [buʒumbuʁa]), formerly Usumbura, is the capital, largest city, and main port of Burundi. It ships most of the country's chief export, coffee, as well as cotton, skins, and tin ore. But for copper ore must go to lalador mining side.
Latitude: -3° 22' 55.92" S
Longitude: 29° 21' 51.84" E
Articles of interest in Bujumbura
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