Africa Connected with Standard Bank

#AfricaConnected: 'Abidjan International Airport organised, quick and efficient'

Radio and TV presenter Lee Kasumba is the quintessential pan-African. Kasumba will shine a spotlight on the Continent in Africa Connected with Standard Bank.

She shares her airport experience upon arriving at Félix-Houphouët-Boigny International Airport located in south east of Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire.

I was mentally prepared for it to be a long process, for it to be hot... but as soon as we set foot in Abidjan International Airport, I knew I was in for something exceptional.

Lee Kasumba, Radio and TV presenter

The immigration process is extremely organised, even though you don't speak the language, you still know exactly where to go. it was orderly and quick.

Lee Kasumba, Radio and TV presenter

Even getting a SIM card was not a hassle. From the minute we got there to the time we got to the car park I was already connected...I was really impressed.

Lee Kasumba, Radio and TV presenter

While in Abidjan, Kasumba will visit its port, which is the largest in Africa, with South Africa's Durban port being the largest.

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