Brussels Airlines’ Congolese joint venture, Korongo Airlines, will dissolve due to a lack of critical mass, a rival national carrier project and its recent grounding. Korongo Airlines has been grounded since Aug. 19, when its sole aircraft—a Boeing 737-300 on wet lease from Brussels Airlines—was damaged by loose tarmac on the runway at Bipemba Airport. The Lubumbashi-based airline had planned to resume operations Sept. 4, but instead the company decided to cease ...

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