Sat, 09 Jul 2011 14:30 - Updated Sat, 09 Jul 2011 14:30
TAAG's second Boeing 777-300ER heads for Angola
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Luanda – The second aeroplane of the type Boeing 777-300ER, acquired from the North American firm Boeing by the Angolan airlines (TAAG) set off on Friday towards Angola with almost 26 passengers, 12 crew and two senior Boeing officials on board.
The official ceremony of contract signing and the delivery of the aircraft happened last Thursday in Seattle Washington DC.
The contract was signed by the officials of TAAG, Francisco da Cunha, Luís Eduardo dos Santos and Teresa Muro, while Nicole Piasecki, senior deputy chairman for Business Development Department, Nicole Piasecki.
The act was attended by the governor of the south-west Namibe province, Cândida Celeste, MP Adriano Mendes de Carvalho, administrator of the Angolan Savings and Credit Bank (BPC), António da Silva Inácio, among other officials.