Lignes Nationales Aériennes Congolaises, also known as Lina Congo was the national airline of the Republic of Congo.
Air Congo was founded in 1961 to operate charter and feeder flights in French Equatorial Africa. In 1963 the airline saw a route expansion after taking over numerous routes which were previously operated by Air Afrique. In 1964, the airline was recapitalised and reformed, and the name was changed to Air Congo (Brazzaville). In 1965, the airline was renamed Lina Congo. In 2002, the airline was dissolved by the Congolese government after sustaining heavy losses and continuing to be a drain on government coffers.