Aero Benin

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Aero Benin
Aero Benin logo.gif
IATA
EM
ICAO
AEB
Callsign
AEROBEN
Founded 2002[1]
Ceased operations ?
Hubs Brazzaville (Congo) - Maya-Maya airport[2]
Secondary hubs Cotonou, Ouagadoudou
Destinations Bamako, Cotonou, Ouagadoudou, Pointe Noire, Brazzaville
Headquarters Bamako[3]
Website Does not have a website

Aero Benin was an airline, based in Benin but registered in Germany, which carried out land and sea freight as well as passenger services.[4] As of 8 April 2009 it is banned within the European Union[5] and as of July, 2012,it is inactive [6]

Fleet[edit]

Aero Benin appear not to have had a fleet of their own,[7] rather they code-shared with Boeing 727 aircraft (and Boeing 737 aircraft for flights between N'Djamena and Cotonou)[8]

Destinations[edit]

Aero Benin flew the following routes:[9][10]

Brazzaville-

Cotonou-

Johannesburg-

Libreville-

N'Djamena-

Senou-

References[edit]