Luanda - the minister of Transports, Ricardo D'Abreu, has defended in Luanda the need to increase his sector's contribution to the Angolan GDP, which currently stands at 3%.More about this news
Luanda - Joaquim Kapango Airport, in Cuito City, central Bie Province, will be reopened this week after 24 months of refurbishment and modernization, said Wednesday the minister of Transportation, Ricardo de Abreu, in Luanda.
Kinshasa - Angolan road transport company Macon inaugurated Thursday (05) in Kinshasa, DRC, the second international Luanda-Kinshasa (via Luvo), Kinshasa-Boma (via Matadi) and Kinshasa-Yema route, on the border with the northern province of Cabinda, whose operations began this Friday (06).
Luanda- The Ministry of Transport will submit to the Executive, by the beginning of the second semester, the National Master Plan of the Transports Sector and Logistics for approval, the incumbent minister, Ricardo de Abreu, announced on Thursday.
Soyo - The Merchant Navy and Ports defined on Saturday in northern Zaire, the continued training and upgraded of technicians as well as the rehabilitation of infrastructures as the way to re-launch its activities in the coming days.
Luanda - The Angolan capital Luanda and London (UK) have announced resumption of direct air links, in view of negotiation underway between Angolan transport sector and UK aviation authorities.
Luanda - Angola's Maritime Transport Company (TMA Express) lost about 181,000 kwanzas in three working day as the company?s employees decided to stop work due to the employer?s failure to pay the 11 month-wage.
Lobito - The Transports minister, Ricardo de Abreu, last Thursday in Lobito City, centre-west Benguela Province, defended the increase of synergies so that Angola can have a modern, efficient and sustainable transports sector as well as become a reference in terms of public-private partnerships.
Lobito - The role of Railway Transport in supporting economic diversification and regional integration tops the meeting of the tenth Consultative Council of the Ministry of Transport, opened Thursday in the city of Lobito, Coastal Benguela province.