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Fri, 28 Feb 2020 16:08 - Updated Fri, 28 Feb 2020 16:08

TAAG to receive first Dash8-400s aircraft in March

Luanda - TAAG - Angolan Airlines will receive the first of six aircraft; type Dash8-400s, from the Canadian company “De Havilland of Canada Limited”, in the last week of March.

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The information was confirmed by the Chairman of the Executive Committee of TAAG, Rui Carreira, on the sidelines of the seminar on "The impact of ethics, sustainability and compliance in the Transport sector in Angola".

 “The objective is to make domestic operations more profitable, so the first aircraft arrives in the country in the last week of March, the second in the last week of April and the others at the end of this year”, he reiterated.

It is intended that with the purchase of these devices, for domestic and regional routes, TAAG will make more profits, from the point of view of fuel consumption, maintenance costs and overall operating costs.

In this regard, Rui Carreira explained that in the framework of the renewal process of its fleet, conditions are also being created to achieve the company's economic and financial efficiency.

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