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Tunisia's Express Air Cargo secures AOC from Tunisian Ministry of Transportation

Posted 11 October 2016 · Add Comment

Express Air Congo has secured its Air Operator's Certificate (AOC) from the Tunisian Ministry of Transportation ahead of plans to commence operations later next month, reports ch-aviation.

The start-up plans to employ a pair of two freighters, B737-300 and B737-300 to serve Paris CDG, Cologne/Bonn, Milan Orio al Serio, and Malta in Europe alongside Algiers, Casablanca Int'l, and Dubai World Central in the MENA region.

Longterm plans call for a fleet of twelve aircraft by late 2018 used to service consolidation hubs in West and Central Africa such as Douala, Accra, Abidjan, and Conakry.

 

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