Wed, 27 Dec 2017 19:42 - Updated Wed, 27 Dec 2017 19:42
Transport Ministry regrets death of TAAG administrator
Luanda - The Ministry of Transport lamented the death of TAAG non-executive director Mário Von Haff, who died on Tuesday in Luanda by disease.
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In a press note that reached in Angop, Wednesday, the institution expresses its deep regret for his death.
Mário Von Haff, a law graduate from the University of Havana (Cuba), implemented and chaired the large-volume cargo transportation system in Hércules aircraft during the post-election conflict.
He was the creator of the project and its implementation of the National Handling Company of Angola, later named as “Ghassist".
He was one of the most brilliant cadres in the transport sector, with an emphasis on the airline sector.
As from 1978 to 1982, he was the founder and director of the National School of Pilots of Luena, later incorporated into the Pilot School of the Air Force in Lobito, and also the founder of Angola Air Charter, at the time TAAG Charter, between 1987 and 1988.
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