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ECAir, Equatorial Congo Airlines continues the extension of its network. After Libreville (early February), the national airline company of the Republic of Congo has just opened the Brazzaville-Dakar line via Bamako (end March).
The flights towards Bamako and Dakar are operated with Boeing 757-200 for a capacity of 148 seats (16 in Business and 132 in Economy) until 1st June, then with 737-700 (12 seats in Business and 112 seats in Economy). These two new destinations complete the offer by the Equatorial Congo Airlines that already serves on the regional network, Cotonou (Benin), Douala (Cameroon), Libreville (Gabon) and Kinshasa (DRC).
The new Brazzaville-Dakar routing via Bamako offers new opportunities to business and leisure travelers from Senegal and Mali who can join the ECAir network without any trouble via its hub of Brazzaville, particularly for the destinations such as Paris, Dubai, Kinshasa, Cotonou …
« The opening of the lines (Libreville, Dakar, Bamako) is the implementation of our efforts with the aim of connecting the African economic capitals between them to the rest of the world, indicated Fatima Beyina-Moussa, Chief Executive Officer of ECAir and Chairman of the Africa Airlines Association (AFRAA). We will continue our development with the opening of the next destinations (Yaoundé, Abidjan, Bangui, N’Djamena and Beirut).
All this is possible because we have with Maya-Maya, one of the most modern airports of Africa, a large accommodation facility. We thus benefit from the vision showed by the President of the Republic, HE, Mr. Denis Sassou Nguesso and his government when they significantly invested in the building and the modernization of the airport infrastructures of the country« , indicated the company.
In order to seduce new passengers, ECAir put on its African identity its attractive price lists, its reliable aircrafts in the international standards, its dynamic, qualified and skilled staff. Besides, the company has one of the best loyalty programs of Africa, « Mboté« , that includes about 30 000 members.
Original text by: Roger ADZAFO