Luanda - After one year since the demerger of the National Airports and Air Navigation Exploration Company (ENANA) the now Airports Management Society (SGA - S.A) says it is ready for market competition, allied to the Angolan government’s strategy to restructure aeronautical sector in the country.
Luanda - Angola Airline (TAAG) has been banned from flying to Portugal and the whole European Shengen Space, due to the rising cases of the covid-19 pandemic hitting the country as of late.
Luanda - The first of six Dash 8-400 aircrafts acquired by the Angolan Government from Canadian manufacturer De Havilland of Canada Limited, in the context of the modernization and restructuring of the Angolan public airlines, TAAG, arrived last Monday in the country.
Luanda - The Angolan airline (TAAG) plans to reduce the prices of domestic flight tickets with entry into operation of the new fleet of Dash-8400 aircraft on July, said the company’s CEO, Rui Carreia.
Luanda - The Ministry of Transport announced last Friday that the regular international commercial flights to and from Angola will remain suspended for indefinite period.
Luanda - Ministry of Transport ensures the sustainable development of the maritime sector throughout the increase of its capacity to support trade and facilitating the economic diversification, the incumbent minister, Ricardo de Abreu, has said.
Luanda - The flow of passengers on public buses has been increasing in Luanda province since the beginning of the process of gradual recovery of economic activity, after almost three months of confinement, because of Covid-19 pandemic.
Luanda - Angola's Airline (TAAG) will get on Tuesday the first of six Dash8-400s airplanes purchased from the Canadian firm De Havilland of Canada Limited, as part of a fleet reinforcement and modernisation plan, Angop has learned.
Luanda - Luanda International airport is expected to reopen on June 30 only for humanitarian and repatriation flights of people leaving and returning to Angola, with exceptional biosecurity rules for passengers being observed, said Thursday the Health minister, Silvia Lutucuta.