Luanda - Construction works on the New Luanda International Airport (NAIL), which has been stalled since 2017 for technical reasons, following the termination of the contract with the private company "China International Fund (CIF)", will resume later this year, with the completion expected for 2023.More about this news
Luanda -The public Angolan Airlines Company (TAAG) has acquired six new Dash8-400s planes from the Canadian firm De Havilland of Canada Limited.
Luanda - The Angolan Airline (TAAG) resumed on April 26 flights to Cabo Verde through the Luanda/Ilha do Sal route instead of Praia City, after three years of interruption due to financial hardships.
Luanda - With a view to softening the financial efforts of passengers and solidarity with their economic difficulties, TAAG - Angolan Airline, SA - made available this Friday, February 1 a new tariff for domestic flights, with reduced prices.
Luanda - The Boeing 777-200, which operated on the Luanda / São Paulo / Luanda route, has been retained since Sunday, January 6 at Guarulhos Airport, a Brazilian city, due to the failure of one of the engines at the time of landing.
Luanda - The Portuguese cities of Lisbon an Oporto were the main international destinations of the Angolan flights last month, essentially due to the fact that many of those that left the country in December travelled to Portugal for health reasons or in yearend season holidays, ANGOP has learnt.
Luanda - The National Civil Aviation Institute (INAVIC) states that "certified airports are a guarantee of the preservation of the goods, people and environment surrounding them, in the same way that easements are important for the quality and safety of airports and aircraft ".
Mbanza Kongo - Sonair firm, an aeronautical branch of the state-owned oil company Sonangol, last Wednesday inaugurated its domestic air transport route, connecting the northern regions of Mbanza Kongo/Soyo/Luanda three times a week.
Soyo - The National Company of Airports Exploration and Air Navigation (ENANA) on Monday, temporarily banned the landing of large aircrafts at Comandante" Ndozi? aiport in Soyo municipality, northern Zaire province.