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Wed, 01 Nov 2017 09:21 - Updated Wed, 01 Nov 2017 09:21

Lunda Norte: TAAG flights to boost tourism - official

Luanda - The return of Angolan Airlines weekly flights to northeastern Lunda Norte province will boost tourism in the region and the national economy.

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TAAG in Lunda Norte province

Photo: Cedida

This was said Tuesday in Dundo city by the provincial director of Hotels and Tourism, Esmeralda da Piedade Maximata, on the fringes of the ceremony that reopened the TAAG flights into the region.

According to the official, the resumption of the flights of the State-run airline in the region is an added value to the province that went without the service for more than 10 years.

Esmeralda Maximata said the region has a huge tourist potential that includes the Dundo Ethnographic Museum, the Nakarunda Lake, the Government Palace, the Catholic Church and others.

TAAG resumed its weekly Luanda/Dundo/Luanda flights on Tuesday, after full rehabilitation of the local Kamakenzo airport.

Tags Economy   TAAG   Turismo  

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