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Date 21/06/2019
Serve Air Sarl got air operator's certificate (AOC)
Today Date 21-06-2019 Serve Air Sarl got air operator's certificate (AOC) is the approval granted by a Civil aviation authority (CAA) to Serve air Sarl as an aircraft operator to allow us to use aircraft for commercial purposes. This would allow us to have personnel, assets and system in place to ensure the safety of its employees and the general public. It means we are using airworthy aircrafts, maintaining operations manuals, we accepting system for training of crew, we have sufficient Insurance coverage and a quality system to ensure that all applicable regulations are followed.
Date 20/02/2011
Purchase of the Airbus -310 -304 freighter aircraft directly from Air-India
Serve Air pleased to announce the outright purchase of the Airbus -310 -304 freighter aircraft directly from Air-India in Mumbai, India. The will add up to the one of the most advance fleet of the air cargo in the aviation history of Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo. The delivery of the said aircraft is expected on 27th of March, 2011. With this aircraft Serve Air planning to get hold of the Cargo aviation market of Africa, Middle East and Europe such as Dubai, Belgium and South Africa. The expected routes will be:-
1. Kinshasa-Dubai-Kinshasa
2. Kinshasa-Belgium-Kinshasa
3. Kinshasa-Dubai-Entebbe-Kinshasa
4. Kinshasa-Nairobi-Kinshasa
5. Kinshasa-Lubumbashi-Johannesburg-Kinshasa
Date 25/01/2011
Special charter flight for the Tunde Holdings printing company
Serve Air have transported and carried out the special charter flight for the Tunde Holdings printing company based in Benin to transport the Electoral Documents for them from Cotonou, Benin to Ndjamena, Chad for the Chad Government. This is one of the vital steps in acquiring the cargo aviation market of the west African countries.
Date 30/11/2008
Serve Air - The Future of African Aviation
The aviation industry in Africa has rightly earned a reputation for poor maintenance and for being dangerous and careless, but with new aircrafts Serve Air line seeks to change all of that. Harish Jagtani takes us through Serve Air's bold plans to change the way Africa flies.
Date 20/11/2008
"Serve Air LAUNCHED NEW AIRCRAFT TODAY"
Serve Air startup B727-200FE operated its first flight today (Kinshasa-Mbujimayi-Kinshasa) with the inauguration of nonstop service between its base at Ndijili Airport in Kinshasa city (Dem. Rep. of Congo).
The Serve Airline, which took delivery of its first owned aircraft at the end of last month October 2008, says it will have a fleet of five Boeing 727-200FE and two Antonov 26 by the end of the month.
These aircraft will serve the inaugural route as well as a nonstop from Kinshasa to All over Dem. Rep. of Congo. Serve Air will be served twice daily, although this is scheduled to increase to five daily in the next few weeks. Serve Air will transport cargo in all over Dem. Rep. of Congo (Kinshasa, Kisangani, Isiro, Bunia, Beni, Butembo, Kindu, Goma, Bukavu, Lubumbashi, Mbujimayi, Kananga and Kalemie.
Serve Air at its launch ceremony also unveiled two more city Kananga and Kalemie -which will be introduced on November 14. Fleet plans include the addition of three more Boeing 727-200FE super 27, believed to be, in November 2008, with an addition two Antonov 26 arriving each month through to 2009, when the carrier says it will have 10 aircraft.
Serve Air says it will serve 14 cities throughout Kinshasa with 6 aircraft by the end of 2009. Its door to door delivery system is also set to be offered from the start of next year.
"Having been born in India, it's so exciting to be able to start work with a new aircraft in Serve Air in my other home," says founder and Chairman Mr. Harish Jagtani. "Serve Air is the First airline which introduced better maintained aircraft in the Dem. Rep. of Congo currently fly given the low cost of domestic transportation."
Date 25/10/2008
Serve Air takes delivery of new aircraft today.
Serve Air, proudly announced that after acquiring six S-27 Boeing 727-200FE aircrafts from USA has got the delivery of his first owned aircraft at Kinshasa today day 25th of October 2008.
The S-27 aircraft are larger cargo jet capable for saving oil and fuel in the most remote locations around the world. The S-27 is medium-weight aircraft. All five are expected to be delivered in January 2009.
"These state-of-the-art aircraft will be deployed at a number of locations across our global footprint to help us meet our customers' demand for larger, more modern aircraft to service increasingly remote and harsh-weather offshore facilities," said Harish Jagtani, president and Chairman of Serve Air Group. "This investment is part of an ongoing strategic initiative to upgrade the safety, capabilities and value of our fleet to better serve our customers and to enhance returns for our shareholders," he said.
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20/02/2011
Purchase of the Airbus 310, 304 freighter aircraft directly from Air India

Serve Air pleased to announce the outright purchase of the Airbus -310 -304 freighter aircraft directly from Air-India in Mumbai, India...
read more...

25/01/2011
Special charter flight for the Tunde Holdings printing company.

Serve Air have transported and carried out the special charter flight for the Tunde Holdings printing company based in Benin to transport...
read more...

30/11/2008
Serve Air - The Future of African Aviation

The aviation industry in Africa has rightly earned a reputation for poor maintenance and for being dangerous and careless, but with new ...
read more...

20/11/2008
"Serve Air LAUNCHED NEW AIRCRAFT TODAY"

Serve Air startup B727-200FE operated its first flight today (Kinshasa-Mbujimayi-Kinshasa) with the inauguration of nonstop ...
read more...

25/10/2008
Serve Air takes delivery of new aircraft today.

Serve Air, proudly announced that after acquiring six S-27 Boeing 727-200FE aircrafts from USA has got the delivery of his first owned...
read more...

 
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