|Secondary hubs||Mbandaka, Tshikapa, Kananga|
Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo
Air Kasaï is an airline with its head office on the property of N'Dolo Airport in Barumbu, Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo. It operates charter services within Africa. Its main base is N'Dolo Airport, Kinshasa.
The airline was established in 1983 and was formerly known as TAC - Transport Aérien Congo and TAZ - Transport Aérien Zaïrois. It is a Swedish owned company.
Air Kasaï serves the following destinations (as of April 2012):
|Beni||Democratic Republic of the Congo||Central Africa||-||FZNS||Wageni Airport|
|Bunia||Democratic Republic of the Congo||Central Africa||BUX||FZKA||Bunia Airport|
|Entebbe||Uganda||East Africa||EBB||HUEN||Entebbe International Airport|
|Goma||Democratic Republic of the Congo||Central Africa||GOM||FZNA||Goma International Airport|
|Kinshasa||Democratic Republic of the Congo||Central Africa||FIH||FZAA||N'djili Airport [Base]|
|Kinshasa||Democratic Republic of the Congo||Central Africa||NLO||FZAB||N'Dolo Airport [Base]|
|Libreville||Gabon||Central Africa||LBV||FOOL||Libreville Leon M'ba International Airport|
|Lubumbashi||Democratic Republic of the Congo||Central Africa||FBM||FZQA||Lubumbashi International Airport|
|Pointe-Noire||Republic of the Congo||Central Africa||PNR||FCPP||Antonio Agostinho Neto International Airport|
The Air Kasaï fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of April 2014)
|Let L-410 Turbolet||1|
In The Media
Incidents and accidents
On 9 September 2005, an Air Kasaï Antonov An-26B crashed in the Republic of the Congo 50 kilometers (31 miles) north of Brazzaville, killing all 13 people (four crew members and nine passengers) on board.
- "Nos Contacts." Air Kasaï. Retrieved on 4 March 2013.
- "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-03-27. pp. 58–59.
- "List of airlines subject to an operating ban or operational restrictions within the European Union" (PDF). European Commission for Transport. European Commission. Retrieved 11 January 2016.
- EU Blacklist
- Air Kasaï destinations
- "13 killed in plane crash in Congo." People's Daily.
- "Bodies to be sent to DRC after plane crash." IOL.
- Official website (French)
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