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Fly Congo

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Fly Congo was an airline based in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It was formed as a result of the suspension of Hewa Bora Airways after a series of fatal accidents. The airline was established with the aim of showing a huge improvement in air safety in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Fly Congo airline merged with its rival Compagnie Africaine d’Aviation in 2012 after only 6 months in operation. The merged alliance led into a single brand known as FlyCAA.

The airline operates to the follows destinations:

  • Gemena
  • Johannesburg
  • Goma
  • Kinshasa
  • Kisangani
  • Lubumbashi
  • Mbandaka

All passengers that are pre-registered must present their hand luggage and their boarding card in order to confirm its presence. All luggage that accompany the passenger is regarded as hand luggage and cannot exceed the allowed weight. The size allowed per bag is 55 x 25 x 35 cm. On the flight, the weight of the baggage allowances is depended on the booking class of the passenger’s destination and the affected device type on this line.

FlyCongo follows international regulations and strives to avoid problems as a result of excessive cabin baggage that can influence the safety of its passengers and their personal comfort on board.

Depending on the length of the journey and on the destination.  The airline offers light or more substantial meals, which are served on-board the aircraft together with drinks and cold towel.

In class comfort, a hot meal with salad, wine and alcohol are available. In business class, burgers, samosas, sandwiches, cakes will be served, together with a hot or cold drink and a cold towel.

The recording is done at the departure airport. The presence of the passenger is essential 2 hours before the departure time of the.

To book flights with this airline, use the link above and experience world class flight and service experience.

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