Canadian Airways Congo, alternatively known as Canair Congo, is a Congolese passenger airline company founded in 2004. With its hub at Maya-Maya Airport in Brazzaville, Congo, the airline plays a significant role in the domestic aviation sector of the Republic of Congo. Despite the name, the airline is not affiliated with any Canadian entities; it is a fully Congolese-owned and operated company.
Canadian Airways Congo operates primarily domestic flights within the Republic of Congo. The airline’s main hub is Maya-Maya Airport in Brazzaville, which serves as the focus city for its operations, connecting key Congolese cities and towns.
The fleet of Canadian Airways Congo, as of August 2019, consists of three aircraft. This includes one Boeing 737-200 with a capacity of 108 passengers, one McDonnell Douglas MD-82 with a capacity of 156 passengers, and one McDonnell Douglas MD-83 with a capacity of 158 passengers. The airline previously operated a Boeing 737-500 aircraft.
Official site: www.canaircongo.com