Airlines Flying to Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo

Embark on a journey through the vibrant heart of Africa, where the rhythm of life pulsates through the bustling streets of Kinshasa.

Travel with Qatar Airways, ASKY Airlines, SAA, Uganda Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines and Kenya Airways to Kinshasa and experience the epitome of luxury and comfort with exclusive business class services. Elevate your travel experience to new heights with special seat requests and special meal requests. Treat yourself to a journey where every moment is crafted for your utmost relaxation and enjoyment.

Qatar Airways

Qatar Airways was establishment in 1994 and is the main airline for the country of Qatar, it is one of the largest airlines in the world. They currently fly to more than 150 destinations on the map every day. Qatar Airways provides three classes of travel, First class, Business class and Economy class. The airline also offers onboard support and various facilities on board to accommodate passengers with mobility needs, including seats featuring adjustable armrests and lavatories equipped with handrails. Qatar Airways ensures assistance for travelers with special requirements. Wheelchairs are accessible at all airport sites and can be arranged up to 48 hours before departure through ‘Manage booking’ online or by contacting any Qatar Airways reservation office.

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A Sky Airlines Plane

ASKY Airlines

ASKY Airlines is a continental African airline that emerged after the bankruptcy of Air Afrique in 2002. The airline was founded and was decided to be kept private, competitive and cost-effective. Currently, ASKY Airlines operates with a fleet consisting of 8 aircrafts and flies to 23 destinations. This Airline provides two classes, business and economy class. The Airline also provides onboard support for guests who have special requirements, such as infants, expectant mothers, unaccompanied minors, and any passengers who require assistance with mobility they offer wheelchair services.

South African Airways (SAA)

SAA was originally established as Union Airways in 1929, until the South African government took over all assets and liabilities in 1934 and renamed it South African Airways which is currently one of the largest state-owned enterprises in South Africa. It flies to over 35 destinations across the world. The airline offers two classes, business and economy class. The Airline also provides onboard support for guests who have special requirements, such as infants, expectant mothers, unaccompanied minors, and any passengers who require assistance with mobility they offer wheelchair services.

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Uganda Airlines

Uganda Airlines

Uganda Airlines is the official airline of Uganda. It originally operated from 1977 to 2001, and then it was relaunched on the 27th of August 2019, with ownership by the Ugandan government. It operates in the Entebbe International Airport across 20 destinations. Uganda Airlines provides two classes, business and economy class. The Airline also provides onboard support for guests who have special requirements, such as infants, expectant mothers, unaccompanied minors, and any necessary pre-flight arrangements. For passengers who require assistance with mobility, the airline offer wheelchair services and/or Ambulift services throughout the flight.

Ethiopian Airlines

Ethiopian Airlines is the biggest airline in Africa, with its main base at Bole International Airport. It flies to 125 destinations, both within the country and internationally. This Airline provides two classes, Cloud Nine which is Ethiopian Airline Business class and economy class. Ethiopian Airlines offers onboard support and other support for passengers requiring special assistance. This includes wheelchair service and ground staff assistance during check-in. Passengers can select the assistance that suits their requirements best. Expectant mothers and parents of unaccompanied minors can review Ethiopian Airlines’ regulations and policies on the airline’s website before their flight.

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Kenya Airways

Kenya Airways is Kenya’s national airline, notable for being the first airline to establish a public-private partnership. It was initially owned by the Government of Kenya until 1995. The airline flies to 53 destinations with a large fleet size of 40. They provide two classes, Premier Word which is Kenya Airways Business class and economy. Kenya Airways offers onboard support and other support for passengers requiring special assistance. This includes wheelchair service and ground staff assistance during check-in. Passengers can select the assistance that suits their requirements best. Expectant mothers and parents of unaccompanied minors can review Kenya Airways’ regulations and policies on the airline’s website before their flight.

From the dynamic culture to the pulsating music scene captivate the soul, making it a destination like no other, email info@africauniontravel.com for a quotation today and allow African Union Travel to help you make your trip to Kinshasa one that you will never forget!