Air Afrique Airbus A300-604R. Registration TU-TAI.
Delivered in May 1995, this aircraft was the second of 4 A300-600's to join the Air Afrique fleet at the end of the 90's.
It was sold to Onur Air in 2002 when Air Afrique went out of business. It remained in service for another 10 years, m..
Air Afrique Airbus A300B4-203. Registration TU-TAT.
This aircraft was delivered to Air Afrique in September 1984. Unlike most other aircrafts in the Air Afrique fleet at the time, it wasn't given a specific west african capital city name.
It was mostly assigned to the Dakar-Paris route during ..
Air Afrique Airbus A310-304. Registration TU-TAC.
Delivered in April 1991, this aircraft was the first of 8 A310's to join the Air Afrique fleet in the 90's.
It was sold in 1999 to the Portuguese airline SATA International, where it is still in service today under the registration CS-TGU &..
Air Sénégal Airbus A319-111. Registration 6V-AMA.
Delivered in November 2018, on lease from the Spanish national airline Iberia (EC-JXV), this aircraft is the second of two A319's to join the Air Sénégal fleet.
Aircraft Author: Project Airbus.
Flight Dynamics: ..
Air Afrique Boeing 727-2H9 ADV. Registration YU-AKK.
This aircraft joined the Air Afrique fleet in May 1983 on lease from JAT (later JAT Airways) and while it displays the full Air Afrique livery, it remains registered in former Yougoslavia.
When the conflict in the balkans was taking place, its s..
Air Afrique Boeing 737-200. Registration TU-TAV.
This aircraft was delivered new to Nordair in April 1969 with the registration CF-NAH. It was re-registered C-FNAH in 1980 before being transferred to Canadian Pacific Airlines in 1986, then to Canadian Airlines International in 1987.
It was later l..
Air Afrique Boeing 737-300. Registration TU-TAK.
This aircraft joined the Air Afrique fleet, on lease from TEA Switzerland (HB-IIG), in November 1997. It was later re-registered TU-TAK in October 1998.
Following the collapse of Air Afrique in 2001, it was returned from lease. Since then, it has be..
Air Gabon Boeing 747-2Q2B(M). Registration F-ODJG "Président Léon M'ba".
This aircraft was delivered to Air Gabon in 1978, re-registered and then named after the first president of the Republic of Gabon.
It quickly became an icon of the african skies, a symbol of indepe..
Air Afrique Cargo Boeing 747-2S4F (SCD). Registration TU-TAP "Lomé".
This aircraft was delivered new to Air Afrique in 1980 and named after the capital city of Togo.
Unfortunately the aircraft never really managed to justify its running costs, so Air Afrique, under new management,..
Air Afrique McDonnell Douglas DC10-30. Registration TU-TAL "Libreville".
This aircraft was delivered in 1973 and the first of three DC10-30s to enter service with Air Afrique in the 70's. It was sold to JAT Airways in February 1985 but came back with Air Afrique 18 months later, in No..
Swissair McDonnell Douglas DC10-30ER. Registration HB-IHM "Canton du Valais".
This aircraft was delivered new to Swissair in February 1980 as a standard DC10-30. It was later converted to Extended Range (ER) in 1982.
After 10 years of impeccable service with Swissair, it was then sold to..
Ghana Airways McDonnell Douglas DC10-30. Registration 9G-ANA.
This legendary aircraft was delivered to Ghana Airways in February 1983 where it quickly became the flagship of the fleet.
After nearly 20 years of service connecting Accra to the rest of the world (mostly Europe), it was inpounded in 2..
UTA (Union des Transports Aériens) McDonnell Douglas DC10-30. Registration F-BTDD.
This aircraft was delivered new to UTA in November 1977. After 15 years of impeccable service with UTA, it became part of the Air France fleet when the French national airline bought UTA in 1992.
Air Afrique Douglas DC8 TU-TCB "Brazzaville", delivered in January 1964.
This aircraft was leased to UTA from 1965 to 1968 while the French airline was waiting for its new DC8-62's.
Back with Air Afrique, it will be assigned to the transatlantique routes until 1983 when it is finally..
Air Afrique Douglas DC8 "Super" 63F, registration TU-TCF "N'Djamena", delivered in May 1970.
After 21 years of service with Air Afrique, it was sold in December 1991 to Arrow Air. It was soon after converted to cargo in 1992 and remained in active service until 2006, when it..