Air Guinee Express
The airline was established on 31 December 1960 by the Guinean government as Air Guinee. In 1992 it underwent a restructuring to improve profitability, but it never recovered and its operations were taken over by Groupe Futurelec and the airline rebranded Air Guinee Express.
The Air Guinee Express fleet consisted of the following aircraft (at March 2007):
At June 2005 the airline also operated:
- 1 Boeing 737-200 delivered in 2003.
Incidents and accidents
On 11 August 2004 a Boeing 737, registration 3X-GCM, failed to take off from Freetown - Lungi International Airport (Sierra Leone). There were no fatalities among the 127 passengers and crew members. The aircraft was damaged beyond repair and was written off; the wreckage can still be seen resting next to the runway.
- Flight International 27 March 2007
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