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ECAIR Congo resumes domestic flights

Posted 10 October 2016 · Add Comment

ECAIR Congo has resumed scheduled domestic flights following a three-month break, reports ch-aviation.

The carrier commenced thrice weekly Brazzaville-Pointe Noire flights from October 3.

Service is on-board one of its two B757-200s, wet-leased from PrivatAir, while it awaits the return of its B737 fleet. Its two B737-700s are in storage in Belgium. Both aircraft are on the AOC of Belgian TUI subsidiary Jetairfly.

The second ECAir B757-200, also wet-leased from PrivatAir, has been in storage in Brussels since December 2015.

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