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Abidjan, CI - 25th November 2011

Dear Rising Union,

can you please give me Central African Airnet? Or at least bring this CEO

to a cooperation with me? I don’t want to demolish his business, as I

won’t do it with all others established! He’s about to lose money instead

of making some so please be fast! I’m no monster trying to kill him!

Lovely greetings,

Abdul Étienne Lefebvre - CEO AE Ivory Coast :D

Abidjan, CI / Douala, CM

AFRICAN-EUROPEAN and the HMX Holding made a deal for Central African Airnet. The largest (and only) Cameroonian airline was bought for around 140 million AS$ (+ more shares of an smaller investor).

The fleet will get a "commonality upgrade" with the AE Group which means the withdrawing of all Avro RJ-100 and Saab 340/2000 in first instance. The Boeing 737-300/700/900ER taken over by acquisation will remain in the fleet. Just the bought Boeing 737-700 will leave the fleet and free capital for new investments which are more needed for the moment. Besides the these larger changes all Boeing 737 and the Boeing 767 got new seats, while the Boeing 757 are about to getting them. Some route changings and a new flight number order (OMG lol…) will be done in the next weeks and month. One Boeing 737-200 Adv. were leased from AE Ivory Coast to ensure flights in Cameroon. This plane will be replaced as soon as possible by Boeing 737-300 or 500. The fleet of Q400 will be expanded and maybe some CRJ 900 will be leased.

Mainly CAA will remain as own brand.


Thanks. :D

I just added Central African Airnet in the ever-refreshening first post. CAA will most likely gain a win again after its fast restructurisation.

AFRICAN-EUROPEAN Ivory Coast replaced today the first Boeing 737-200 Advanced (TU-AEC / Chiépo / 24.9 y/o) which flew daily to Accra, Cotonou, Dakar and Freetown. The new airplane to fly the same schedule will be TU-AAE, also named "Chiépo", and is a 21.1 years old Boeing 737-300. This replacement was made because the Boeing 737-300 was available for a very low price. No other replacements are planned, but if there are other Boeing 737-300 and Boeing 737-500 in young age available for a low price we will continue replacing this wonderful Boeing 737-200s. Anyways, those hot Boeings will remain in service at least for summer 2012.

Boeing 737-200


AE Ivory Coast schedules the last flight to Fort Lauderdale, FL, US for the 15th December. From 17th December onwards the Airbus A330-200 will fly the 500km shorter trip to New York JFK, NY, US. Three times a week at 16:10 ABJ-LT with arrival at 20:50 JFK-LT. This flight times will bring a beautiful view on the lighty skyline of New York while descending. Departure for the 213-seater is 23:45 JFK-LT and arrival at 14:25LT in Abidjan.

AFRICAN-EUROPEAN unveils their new colour-scheme for all aircrafts. We call it the "Black Widow-Scheme".

In comparison the scheme which will be let on all Boeing 737-200 and older Boeing 737 Classic (25 years +) till withdrawning from service.

You could try the Destination Tel Aviv :)

I´v heared that there´s a very nice airline based…I think it is Daleth Airlines :)

Tztz the israelis. They try to get everything :D

You have to less east-bound traffic. You have non east-bound traffic… :(

Eastern europe is unprofitable :(

The phrase “east-bound” means the same as “east of”. In this case East of Israel! :P

Central African Airnet posted today an "stock win" of 90,000 AS$. The actual and active profit was about 2 million AS$. We had 1.9 million AS$ severance payments which get de-calculated because those are payments which will accure just one time in long terms. The numbers for AE Ivory Coast will be posted tomorrow.

P.S. Team: Is there a failure in the first post accured?! :D

Finally some team member could reply? Your forum destroyed my post! :P

AFRICAN-EUROPEAN Ivory Coast flight schedule changes

Abidjan (ABJ) - Cape Town International (CPT)

Equip.: Airbus A330-200

Freq.: from 5x weekly to [color="#9acd32"]6x weekly[/color]

Abidjan (ABJ) - Frankfurt International (FRA)

Equip.: Airbus A330-200

Freq.: from 4x weekly to [color="#ff0000"]3x weekly [/color]

Abidjan (ABJ) - London Gatwick (LGW)

Equip.: Airbus A330-200

Freq.: from 4x weekly to [color="#ff0000"]3x weekly[/color]

Abidjan (ABJ) - Madrid (MAD)

Equip.: Airbus A330-200

Freq.: from 2x weekly to [color="#9acd32"]3x weekly[/color]

Ceased operations from Abidjan to Recife.

Only price changes:

Abidjan - Amsterdam Schiphol [Airbus A340-300 // daily]

Abidjan - Durban King Shaka International [Airbus A330-200 // 3x weekly]

Abidjan - Johannesburg OR Tambo International [Airbus A330-200 // daily]

Abidjan - New York John F. Kennedy International (only return to ABJ) [Airbus A330-200 // 3x weekly]

AFRICAN-EUROPEAN Ivory Coast Ltd. bought an used Boeing 747-400 today.

The airframe under registration TU-AEU was built December 1990. It will take over the 9M-flight 9 and 10 between Abidjan and Amsterdam which is actually flown by an Airbus A340-300. The Boeing 747 will fly the route daily with a new 3-class-configuration; 272 Economy, 52 Business seats and six First class seats are equipped. This step was decided because of the lag of cheap Airbus A340-300 and the ongoing increase of bookings on some routes which a single Airbus A340-300 can’t stand alone and where a leased Airbus A330-200 would be too expensive. When the Boeing 747 tests going well we will change the flight plans to get another Boeing 747 run on our routes. Some rumors are saying whether New York, Brussels or Johannesburg/Durban could be possible routes.

Hahaha II´m sorry :D

Well I try to set up more “east-bound”-connections in the next weeks ;)