Comores Aviation International

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Comores Aviation International
Comores Aviation International.jpg
IATA ICAO Callsign
O5 KMZ Comores Aviation International
Founded 1996
Hubs Prince Said Ibrahim International Airport
Secondary hubs Ouani Airport
Fleet size 6
Destinations 7
Headquarters Moroni, Comoros

Comores Aviation International (Compagnie Aérienne de l'Union des iles Comores) is the flag carrier of the Comoros.[1] It is privately owned and operates domestic scheduled services, as well as charters mainly to tourist destinations in southern and eastern Africa. Its main base is Prince Said Ibrahim International Airport, Moroni, with a hub at Ouani Airport.


The airline was established in 1996 and started operations in 1997. It is owned by Jean-Marc Heintz (President) (70%) and Batouli Heintz (General Manager) (30%) and has 82 employees (at March 2007).


Comores Aviation operates scheduled services to the following destinations (as of March 2009):[2]


The Comores Aviation fleet includes the following aircraft (at March 2009):[2]

Previously operated[edit]

At August 2006 the airline also operated:[3]


  1. ^ "Direction." Comores Aviation International. Retrieved on 3 February 2011. "Route Corniche - Moroni - Grande Comore."
  2. ^ a b Flight International 3 April 2007
  3. ^ Flight International, 3–9 October 2006

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