Karinou Airlines is an airline based in Bangui, Central African Republic and operates scheduled passenger services to a range of destinations across Africa.
The airline flies to many destinations including Bangui, Cotonou, Douala, Yaounde, Libreville, Kinshasa, Malabo, Libreville, Brazzaville, Pointe Noire, Douala, N'Djamena.
Karinou Airlines commenced charter operations under African Airlines. Shortly after the rebranding, in early 2013, Karinou Airlines began operating scheduled passenger flights to ten destinations across the African continent reportedly using a capital base of $100 million USD.
The airline is dedicated to providing value for money. Passengers can enjoy comfortable economy seating in Karinou Airlines’ only cabin class.
Passengers can sit comfortably in wide and padded seats, with a fold-down back-seat tray.
Passengers can purchase snacks and drinks.
Karinou Airlines are yet to offer online check-in for their flights.
Passengers must visit one of the Karinou Airlines check-in agents at the marked Karinou Airlines check-in desks to check-in for their flight.
Karinou Airlines currently operates flights to select destinations around Central and West Africa including Brazzaville, Libreville, Kinshasa, Bangui and Cotonou., among several others.
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Bangui M'poko International Airport, or Bangui Airport, is an international airport located just northwest of Bangui and is the hub airport for Karinou Airlines.
The airline has just one terminal, with one runway. The Bangui Airport is of particular significance because it's one of the only international airport's in central Africa.
Karinou Airlines' fleet includes A319-100, B737-200 and B737-300. In total, the airline has four aircraft.
30th April 2016
Karinou Airlines, an airline based in the Central African Republic, and serving Bangui and Central African subregion, has decided to add Cotonou, the economic capital of Benin, to its destinations starting in August 2016.