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Thu, 25 Apr 2019 18:46 - Updated Thu, 25 Apr 2019 18:46

Angolan Airline resumes Luanda, Cape Verde route

Luanda - TAAG-SA, Angolan Airlines, this Friday resumed the route between Luanda and the island of Sal (Cape Verde), after a halt started in 2016 to rationalize costs , at a time when there is viability and sustainability to carry out the operation.

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TAAG resumes flight to Cape Verde

Photo: Pedro Parente

According to the company's source, the connection to Ilha do Sal will be made with a stopover in São Tomé and Príncipe, with two weekly flights on Friday and Sunday, and will be operated with a Boeing 737 - 700 NG aircraft, capable of carrying 120 passengers.

It should be noted that in November 2018, the Angolan and Cape Verde Transport Ministers signed a Memorandum of Understanding in the area of air and maritime transport in the city of Praia to "define and consolidate cooperation in these sectors", providing  the resumes of flights between the two countries.

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