INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Agostinho Neto Pointe-Noire
Flight Scheduled Destination Terminal Status
Q8 201 08:00 BRAZZAVILLE Take off at
HF 835 08:25 ABIDJAN Take off at
CAJ 221 08:30 BRAZZAVILLE Take off at
J7 357 12:15 LIBREVILLE Take off at
Q8 203 14:15 BRAZZAVILLE Take off at
CAJ 223 14:15 BRAZZAVILLE Take off at
ET 861 14:15 ADDIS ABABA Take off at
COC 264 16:30 BRAZZAVILLE Take off at
Q8 205 18:00 BRAZZAVILLE Take off at
AF 833 21:35 PARIS-CDG Take off at
Flight Scheduled Origin Terminal Status
Q8 202 10:25 BRAZZAVILLE Landed at 10:07
CAJ 222 11:15 BRAZZAVILLE Landed at 11:27
J7 356 11:30 LIBREVILLE Landed at 11:33
ET 861 13:15 ADDIS ABABA Landed at 13:14
COC 263 15:55 BRAZZAVILLE Landed at 15:41
Q8 204 16:40 BRAZZAVILLE Landed at 16:47
CAJ 224 17:30 BRAZZAVILLE Landed at 17:26
AF 830 18:45 PARIS-CDG Landed at 18:34
Q8 703 20:25 BRAZZAVILLE Landed at 19:58
Q8 704 04:55 COTONOU

AERCO is a limited company with a capital of 1 billion CFA FRANCS.
SEGAP and Egis Airport Operation hold 55% of the shares, the Congolese State holds 15%, and two private Congolese shareholders
hold 30%.
The company directly employs 235 people in addition to temporary workers or specialized personnel for the outsourcing of some services like fire prevention, cleaning, etc.
The turnover of AERCO is about 15 billion FCFA.

The prevailing history behind the creation of AERCO is a double faceted fact.
On the one hand, the willingness of the Congolese State to play a key role in air transport in Central Africa, by developing certifies airports in compliance with international standards. And on the other hand, pursuant to the recommendation of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to separate regulatory standard setting activities, Law, and Law compliance audit from the airport operation and management activities.

Thus, in 2009, following an international call for tenders for the management of the international airports of Brazzaville, Pointe-Noire and Ollombo, the Congolese State chose the Egis group, associated with the airport of Marseille through a company called SEGAP.
It was with this group that the Congolese State signed a concession contract, materialized in 2009 with the creation of AERCO, for the operation of the above mentioned airports. The concession came into force on April 1, 2011, for a period of 25 years. In this contract, the keywords of the concession are: operate, develop, maintain, keep, invest, and manage.