Air Côte d’Ivoire has received its third Bombardier Q400 from the Canadian manufacturer who will deliver a fourth aircraft by the end of April according to signed contract.
This is only the first step in the process of renewal and reinforcement of the fleet of Air Côte d’Ivoire by the end of 2016 which should include nine aircraft.
In parallel, negotiations are underway with Airbus for the order of five new aircrafts including three 3 A319 and two A320. These new aircrafts will gradually replace the equipment operating in rent. They will be equipped with the latest technology and offer exceptional comfort to customers.
The company currently has eight aircrafts 8 composed of four Airbus A319, one Airbus A320 and three new Bombardiers Q400.
In 2015, it carried more than six hundred thousand (600,000) passengers for a turnover of about 75 billion FCFA.