Trans Air Congo

6 reviews - - Updated on 23 February 2017
Q8 / TSG

My flight with TAC

On my December 2013 trip, I was pleasantly surprised to see that the airlines that are said to be small have a quality that I would qualify as good in general and as very good in comparison to other airlines of the same category.
My trip went without a hassle, with a stopover. The stopover went fine.
The cabin crew were smiling and kind.
Landing was like on an air pillow, really great.

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Economy BZV - COO More than 3 years 1 reactions 27 views

First flight to Dolisie

Visibly old airplane, one-and-a-half-hour delay over the scheduled take-off time. Very harsh braking on landing. Really, in-flight service and crew...

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Economy BZV - DIS More than 3 years 3 reactions 58 views

Very turbulent flight

A very turbulent one-hour flight. Nice legroom. Brutal landing - the pilot apparently thought he was flying a fighter plane because he flew in high...

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Business BZV - OUE More than 3 years 9 reactions 134 views

Journey with TAC

To travel on holiday to Congo, my wife and I flew with Trans Air Congo and we didn't experience any problems. The tickets we purchased 48 hours in advance included guaranteed places. There is now a seat allocated with each ticket. This wasn't the case in 2007, when I was even left standing on the tarmac, despite the ticket in my hand.
Both the outbound and return flights were on schedule.
Baggage check-in was fine. They could perhaps see about ensuring that all passengers queue up properly. But, well, we were in AFRICA!
TAC has several Boeing 737s in decent, clean and comfortable condition.
On each flight, safety instructions are provided and seatbelts checked. A snack is served (flight lasts 40 min).
The captain makes announcements to the passengers in the same way an Air France captain does.
The take-off and landing were smooth.
Air hostesses were nice and pleasant.
Really don't have any complaints. A basic, straightforward service at a price of 38000 Central African francs for a one-way flight, per person.

I would use this airline again.

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Economy BZV - PNR More than 3 years 9 reactions 59 views

Paid a lot for nothing

Paid a lot for nothing. The bathrooms were dirty, they were really run down. There was too much noise. The seats were not a little ripped on the bottom and you could feel the rust. The equipment was not good—intense air pockets. The flight crew was too demanding and preoccupied. The service was bad.

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Economy BZV - PNR More than 3 years 1 reactions 62 views

Je prend souvent tac depuis des années (+10 ans) de pnr à Luanda / Luanda à pnr. Quand cette ligne existait, elle était bien pratique et évidemment Brazzaville/pointe noire et aussi vers Douala. Je n'ai jamais eu de problème. Evidement, les avions
ne sont plus tout jeune. Mais j'ai quand même confiance. A l'aéroport, tout est simple pour s'enregistrer et s'il y a un problème, tout s'arrange très vite. C'est sur que pour un européen, cela doit un peu surprendre (je suis français et réside à pnr) donc habitué. Le personnel est bien et surtout aimable. A bord rien à dire. Ce sont des vol de courte durée: 50 min. Et l'ambiance est bien, tout le monde se parle.

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Economy BZV - PNR More than 3 years 5 reactions
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Value (price + quality) 5 / 5
Comfort 3 / 5
Costumer service 5 / 5
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