Congo Express

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Congo Express
Congo Express.jpg
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded 2010
Commenced operations 1 February 2010
Ceased operations 2012
Fleet size 1
Destinations 2
Company slogan Nous volons pour vous
(We fly for you)
Parent company BizAfrika Congo, South African Express
Headquarters Lubumbashi, DRC
Key people Didier Kindambu (Managing Director)

Congo Express was a regional airline in the Democratic Republic of the Congo that commenced operations on 1 February 2010 on two routes flying out of Kinshasa. It ceased its business activities in 2012, since the aircraft have been returned to South African Express and the homepage is not operational anymore. It flew only one route, between Kinshasa and Lubumbashi. It was a partnership between BizAfrika Congo, a Congolese company, and South African Express, a South African regional airline.[1] The airline had its head office in the Bâtiment Banque Congolaise in central Lubumbashi.[2]


 Democratic Republic of the Congo


The Congo Express fleet consisted of the following aircraft as of April 2012:[3]

Congo Express Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Passengers Notes
Bombardier CRJ200ER 2 50 Leased from South African Express

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Baumann, Julius (21 January 2010). "SA Express helps Congo take off". BusinessDay. 
  2. ^ "Contact Us." Congo Express. Retrieved on 6 February 2011. "Physical Address: Batiment Banque Congolaise Chausee M'zee Laurent Desire Kabila Centre Ville Lubumbashi DRC"
  3. ^ "Congo Express Fleet Details and History". Retrieved 2017-08-16. 

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