Okapi Airlines

Full Service Carrier
Ceased Operations on 04-May-2014
IATA: n/a


Okapi Airlines launched domestic services in the Democratic Republic of Congo on 23-Nov-2011. The airline was created to establish safe air services in the DRC and as a replacement for defunct carrier, Hewa Bora Airways. It operated 737-400 equipment between its base at Kinshasa and Goma, Lubumbashi, Kisangani, Mbandaka and Mbuji Mayi before suspending operations in 2012. The airline ceased operations in May-2014, after the government revoked it's AOC.

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