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.
Luanda - Luanda Railroad Company (CFL) Monday readjusted the schedules of its trains from Bungo railway station in urban district of Ingombota, Angop leanrt learnt from the company's source.
Huambo - The Transports minister, Augusto da Silva Tomás, last Thursday in the central Huambo Province apealed to the firms in this sector to replace the spendthrift culture for maintenance, having in view the need to conserve the equipment in this area, with the aim of avoiding early investments in the acquisition of new material.
Luanda - The Ministry of Transport will present Friday in central Huambo province strategies for ending the crisis, as part of the program to promote logistics platforms, said minister, Augusto da Silva Tomás in Luanda.
Luanda - A new culture of maintenance of equipment and infrastructure by managers can contribute to Angola's economic progress, said Thursday in Luanda the Transport minister, Augusto da Silva Tomás.
Luanda - The Ministry of Transport is holding Thursday in Huambo province its Seventh Consultative Council under the motto "Maintenance, Mobility and Progress", to be chaired by the minister, Augusto da Silva Tomás, at the presence of Huambo’s governor, Joao Baptista Kussumua.
Luanda - The second phase of the Programme of Management and Control of the Civil Airspace (PGCEAC) kicked off last Tuesday, in Luanda, through a ceremony presided over by the Transports minister, Augusto da Silva Tomás.