Bravo flights & tickets

Formerly an airline based in Madrid, Spain, very little is left to attest to the fact that this airline existed. It fizzled out almost as quickly as it was formed. The company only lasted four years, from 2004 to 2008, and was intended to handle both passengers and cargo to destinations that included Europe and the Congo. The general ideas behind the airline included low cost and long-haul flights, e-ticketing, and other standard procedures in Western Europe that apply to airline travel and services. The company was created through a partnership of Spanish Aviation Group Bravo Airlines and several private Congolese investors.

In the early 2000s, several airlines in West Africa shut down, leaving an abundance of routes with little or no service. Couple this with several contemporary G8 initiatives to promote economic growth in the region and an airline seemed like a good investment. Planned routes included long haul flights to Madrid, Brussels, and Paris, and to the cities of Kinshasa and Brazzaville in the Republic of Congo. After only a few months, however, this proved not to be the case. Operations officially started in 2006 with 400 employees, but within only two years the business fell apart.

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