Tue, 20 Dec 2016 11:31 - Updated Tue, 20 Dec 2016 11:31
Angola: TAAG redesigns its commercial strategy
Luanda - The Angolan Airlines (TAAG) redesigned its commercial strategy by increasing the airplane occupancy rate and turning Luanda into an airport area, said on Monday in Luanda the Transport minister, Augusto da Silva Tomás.
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Augusto da Silva Tomás - Transport Minister
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According to the official, the Angolan airlines redesigned its strategy due to the fleet increase, which “reached this year around 75 percent of its occupancy rate, if compared to prior 45 percent of last year.
The minister also said TAAG has redesigned the flow of flights to Africa, South America and Europe, starting its pioneer experience of turning Luanda into airport area by meeting the passengers in Mozambique, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia and other African countries.
During his address at the opening of the training centre for cabin crew (PNC) and technical crew staff (PNT) owned by LUNAART-DT Company, the minister deemed the deed a step toward changes for a superior paradigm of organization, management and problems resolutions crucial for the Angolan flag carrier.
According to the minister, the example is in line with TAAG's ongoing strategy to reduce costs and maximize incomes and revenues.
He recalled that the airline is experiencing moments of profound transformation in its organization and management, whose results of which are quite promising. s.
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