International airline Punto Azul offers scheduled and charter flights within Equatorial Guinea and the Central/West Africa region. Commercial operations began in 2013 with domestic flights to Bata from Punto Azul’s hub in Malabo. The following year Punto Azul welcomed its 100,000th passenger on-board and launched regional routes to Douala and Accra.
Punto Azul offers a high standard of comfort at competitive prices across a range of unique routes and provides a charter service for corporate and private clients. Regional expansion and enhanced service quality is the focus for Punto Azul over the coming years.
Canal Sol is Equatorial Guinea’s newest digital television provider, entering a high growth segment with a service-oriented business model. The company’s mandate is to grow the scope of pay-TV in Equatorial Guinea and ultimately to expand regionally. Canal Sol was established in 2014 and reached 6,000 subscribers in 2015.
By understanding the diversity of its viewers, Canal Sol stands out from other operators. The company offers a wide range of programming in Spanish, Chinese and Arabic at an appealing price, and plans to launch on-demand services. Canal Sol is the only fully local operator in the digital TV segment.
Punto Verde is Grupo Molsa's agricultural subsidiary. Equatorial Guinea's rich soil, tropical climate and wealth of agricultural expertise provide the basis for Punto Verde's success in this market. The company is pursuing a strategy of creating additional jobs in Equatorial Guinea's most labor-intensive economic sector, while modernizing farming techniques, introducing new crops to the country and supporting the communities that it works with.
Equatorial Guinea’s newest mobile operator Waka Telecom will offer more than mobile services. Waka aims to bring the latest technologies to the country, including mobile billing and handset assembly, as well as providing network services. This focus on diverse ICT/telecoms activities, and helping people to adopt new technologies, will create new jobs in Equatorial Guinea and bring new products to an underserved market. Waka Telecom will begin commercial activities in 2016.
Grupo Molsa plans to open the doors to its first hotel venture in 2016. The Cotton Tree hotel promises to introduce five-star boutique hospitality services to Equatorial Guinea. An entirely new brand in the country, the hotel (which also includes a lounge and casino) serves strong market demand for hotel rooms in Malabo with an appealing central location and unsurpassed service quality for business and leisure travellers.