Trans Air Congo

Trans Air Congo (TAC) is an airline based at Pointe Noire Airport in Pointe-Noire, Republic of the Congo. Founded on August 24, 1994, by the El-Hage family, TAC began services with a single Let 410 aircraft, primarily between Brazzaville and Pointe Noire. As of 2021, TAC has grown to operate a fleet of 8 aircraft, servicing both domestic and international routes. In late 1997, TAC had to temporarily relocate its operations to Johannesburg, South Africa, to avoid the civil war in Congo. Despite this challenging history, TAC has remained a key player in the Central African aviation sector.


Trans Air Congo operates domestic scheduled flights between Brazzaville and Pointe Noire. In addition to its domestic services, TAC offers international scheduled flights to several destinations, including Cotonou, Douala, Libreville, and Abidjan.


The Trans Air Congo fleet, as of January 2021, consists of the following aircraft: 2 Boeing 737-200 with a capacity of 136 passengers each, 1 Boeing 737-200C used for cargo, 3 Boeing 737-300 with a capacity of 148 passengers each, and 2 Boeing 737-500 with a capacity of 140 passengers each. In total, TAC operates a diverse fleet of 8 aircraft to meet its passenger and cargo service demands.


  • IATA: Q8

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