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  • Sonair ceases operations with Boeing aircraft
    Sat, 30 Nov 2019 12:29

    Sonair ceases operations with Boeing aircraft

    Luanda - The aeronautical branch of the state-owned oil company Sonair will put an end on Nov 30 to all of its domestic commercial flights with the Boeing 737-700 aircraft, which guarantee the air connection between the country's capital and the cities of Cabinda, Catumbela (Beguela Province) and Lubango (Huila), ANGOP learned on Friday.

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  • Mon, 25 Nov 2019 11:15

    Lubango needs 52 buses to improve urban mobility

    Lubango - At least 52 buses are needed in southern Huila Province to meet the demand of the urban commuters in the province's capital, Lubango, the director of the transport, traffic and urban mobility department of the region, Gracinda Gonçalves, said to ANGOP.

  • Thu, 21 Nov 2019 13:03

    Luanda remains Emirates' main destination in Africa

    Luanda - Luanda continues to be one of the top destinations in southern Africa for the Emirates Airlines, taking into consideration the growing number of passengers since 2009 when Dubai /Luanda route began.

  • Mon, 18 Nov 2019 09:52

    Luanda-Soyo-Cabinda maritime link coming soon

    Cabinda - Transport minister Ricardo D'Abreu has said in Cabinda that the Ferryboat investment for the Luanda-Soyo-Cabinda maritime connection is underway.

  • Tue, 05 Nov 2019 19:08

    TAAG downplays Johannesburg / Luanda flight incident

    Luanda - The Angolan Airline (TAAG) confirmed this Tuesday the incident on Thursday with the flight DT578, which malfunctioned, returned and landed in an emergency in Johannesburg (South Africa), but considers as "misleading" the information circulated in social networks.

  • Fri, 01 Nov 2019 13:24

    Angolan Airlines inaugurates Luanda/Lagos route

    Luanda - Angolan airlines (TAAG) on Thursday said it expects to transport three times per week roughly 360 passengers to Nigeria among Angolans and foreigners, with the inauguration of the Luanda-Lagos flight route this year.

  • Wed, 16 Oct 2019 19:03

    TAAG plane returns to Angola after incident in Portugal

    Luanda - Five days after the incident at the Oporto's Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport, Portugal, the TAAG airlines flight arrived Wednesday afternoon in the country's capital, Luanda, only with the crew in order to consolidate its repair.

  • Mon, 14 Oct 2019 15:41

    TAAG airline plane strikes pole

    Luanda - An Angolan TAAG plane bumped into a pole at Oporto 's Airport in Portugal on Saturday morning, no victim has been reported.

  • Thu, 05 Sep 2019 11:14

    Airlines pilots rule out strike this year

    Luanda - Angolan Pilots Union (SPLA) said Wednesday that a TAAG Angola Airlines pilot strike scheduled for September 5 has been called off, ruling out any plan to go on strike this year.