Thu, 20 Jun 2019 11:25 - Updated Thu, 20 Jun 2019 11:25
TAAG reinforces fleet with new planes
Luanda -The public Angolan Airlines Company (TAAG) has acquired six new Dash8-400s planes from the Canadian firm De Havilland of Canada Limited.
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According to a press note issue by TAAG, the announcement was made on the fringes of the 53rd Conference of the Paris International Air Show, in the presence of the Angolan Transports minister, Ricardo D'Abreu.
Currently, TAAG has over twelve domestic destinations and several international ones.
The company has a fleet of about ten aeroplanes, four of the 737-700 make and six 777-300 and 777-200 types.
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