As this airline is based in the Republic of the Congo, it primarily operates flights to two cities within the country. However, customers can also book trips with this company to go to international destinations, such as Benin, Cameroon, Gabon, and the Ivory Coast.
Trans Air Congo (TAC) is not a subsidiary of another airline and does not have any codeshare agreements, but it is often compared to similar companies, such as Ethiopian Air, Turkish Airlines, and Royal Air Maroc, all of which are regional airlines that also operate international flights.
In order to keep costs as low as possible, passengers that decide to fly with Trans Air Congo (TAC) have just one travel class to choose from: Economy. When you purchase an Economy ticket, certain perks and amenities will be provided, such as the ability to check one piece of baggage for free, the option of bringing a carry-on, complimentary snacks, and beverages throughout the duration of your flight.
Out of the 14 planes that compose this airline’s fleet, 12 of them are Boeing, while 2 are Airbus. The Boeing 737-300 is the plane that Trans Air Congo (TAC) decides to use the most frequently, due to the fact that it can hold between 102 and 148 passengers and is best suited for medium-range flights, such as the domestic voyages that the company offers. For particularly large flights, the Boeing 777-300 is used more often, as it has the ability to hold up to 364 passengers and has a large fuel tank that allows for long-distance travel.
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