ANGOP - Angola Press News AgencyANGOP - Angola Press News Agency

Go to homepage



Home » News » Transports

Mon, 11 Jun 2018 18:38 - Updated Mon, 11 Jun 2018 18:38

Emirates increases flights to Luanda

Luanda - Emirates will, from 1 July, increase the number of flights between Luanda and Dubai to five, in order to guarantee better services and more options for passengers.

Send by email

To share this news by email, fill out the information below and click Send


To report errors in the texts of articles published, fill out the information below and click Send

Emirates delegation at Luanda airport.

Photo: Joaquina Bento

According to a press release from the air carrier arriving today, Angop, it is about the reintegration of two flights, from the current three frequencies, to five flights a week.

The document clarifies that, similar to what happens with the three current flights, it added flights will also be operated by a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft with a capacity for eight seats in first class, 42 in executive class and 310 in economy class, totaling 360 places.

The operator is looking forward to offering passengers access to other network destinations, including 35 in the Middle and Far East, 18 in Asia and more than 20 destinations in the Americas and Australia, with Airbus - 380 aircraft.

Tags Aeronáutica  

Read also
  • 29/10/2018 17:25:09

    TAAG with new winter flight schedule

    Luanda - TAAG, Angolan Air Lines S.A, has been operating since last Sunday, October 28, with a new winter timetable in compliance with an obligation of IATA (International Air Transport Association) on domestic, regional and intercontinental routes.

  • 27/07/2018 13:26:14

    ICAO conducts audits in Luanda

    Luanda - The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has been audited under the auspices of the Universal Program of Supervision and Security since Monday at the Luanda airport, revealed Thursday the director general of INAVIC, Rui Carreira.

  • 03/07/2018 19:05:34

    INAVIC can leave EU safety list

    Luanda - The National Civil Aviation Institute (INAVIC) is working to end the 10-year ban on operating in the European Union's airspace, said Tuesday in Luanda its Director General, Rui Carreira.