Soyo - The maritime porto f Soyo Municipality, in the northern Zaire Province, will be restructured in the coming months, aimed at adjusting it to the present reality of the country, Transport minister Augusto da Silva Tomás said last Thursday, in this region.
Lubango - The Transports minister, Augusto da Silva Tomás, announced last Monday in Lubango City, southern Huila Province, that soon the second phase of the Namibe Port rehabilitation will kick off.
Lobito -A fleet of thirty-five new buses were delivered last Tuesday in Lobito Municipality, central Benguela Province, by the Transports minister, Augusto da Silva Tomás, to strengthen the region's public transport sector.
Luanda - Public Transport Companies in coastal Benguela province started Monday taking stock of their activity performed over the last ten years, the minister of the sector Augusto da Silva Tomás said Monday in Luanda.
Luanda - The Trade Union of Angolan Pilots (SPLA) last Wednesday cancelled a strike summoned for this Thursday, due to progresses in the negotiations with the board of the state-owned Angolan Airlines (TAAG) company.
Luanda - The Angolan Airlines (TAAG) will as from 30 June close its offices in Oporto city (Portugal), moving all its services to its facilities at the local "Sá Carneiro" International Airport.
Luanda - Angola Airlines (TAAG) has recently closed its Offices on Avenue Franklin Roosevelt in Paris, France, after the company has appointed a new full-service sales agent.
Luanda - The state-owned Angolan Airlines (TAAG) has deemed deceitful the news circulating in the social media and some newspapers, according to which the C.E.O of TAAG, Peter Hill, has presented his resignation due to health problems.
Soyo - A Boeing 737-700 from the Angolan Airlines (TAAG), carrying 47 passengers and six crew members from Luanda, crashed when maneuvering in the landing zone on Sunday.