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CRS-EQUATORIAL GUINEA FACTS
Formed in 2010 and started operations in 2011. Domestic and regional, scheduled & charter, passenger & cargo jet airplane services.
Malabo, Equatorial Guinea.
Equatorial Guinea was established in 1968, covers an area of 28,051 sq km, its population is 400,000, and its capital is Malabo. The official language is Spanish.
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April 2014: Cronos Airlines (CRS) operates scheduled domestic passenger services with flights between Malabo, Bata and Mongomeyen and African regional service to Cotonou, Benin.
(IATA) Code: C8 - 498. (ICAO) Code: CRA.
September 2014: Equatorial Guinea is to reopen West Africa flights.
Ceiba Intercontinental (CEL) will shortly resume scheduled flights to West Africa, which were suspended in mid-August owing to the current Ebola outbreak there. Equatoguinean President, Teodoro Obiang Nguema made the announcement during a recent meeting with the United Nations (UN) in which he revealed that since the suspension of flights, Equatorial Guinea had invested in medical equipment capable of detecting the virus and its symptoms.
The 2014 Ebola outbreak is the largest Ebola outbreak in history, and the first in West Africa. The current outbreak is affecting multiple countries in West Africa, including Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, Senegal, and Nigeria with over >2,500 having now died from the deadly virus.
(CEL)'s West African network consists of flights to Cotonou, Dakar, Accra, Abidjan, and Lomé.
Other Equatoguinean operators which also serve West Africa include: Cronos Airlines ((IATA) Code: C8, based at Malabo) (CRS) and Punto Azul ((IATA) Code: ZR, based at Malabo).
June 2015: ERJ-135LR (301, ZS-AKK), ex-(N625AW) delivery.
December 2015: ERJ-135 (283, ZS-KMK), ex-(N721HS) delivery.