Trans Air Congo is a scheduled passenger and cargo airline based in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo. Trans Air Congo has interline agreements with South African Airways, Air Gabon and Air France. It currently operates some services on behalf of Air Gabon.
It was established on 24 August 1994
by the El-Hage
family and started services with a single Let 410
aircraft. Early services were largely between Brazzaville
and Pointe Noire
. In December 1994
an Antonov An-24
joined the fleet, followed in 1996
by a Boeing 727
and Yakovlev Yak-42D
. Late 1997
saw the airline having to move temporarily to Johannesburg
in South Africa
to avoid a civil war.
Trans Air Congo operates services to the following destinations (at January 2005
The Trans Air Congo fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of 28 September 2008
As of 28 September 2008, the average age of the Trans Air Congo fleet is 25.9 years ().