Luanda - As from Friday the province of Luanda has 11 new routes for passenger transport, in order to facilitate the mobility of residents of the capital city, Angop has learnt.
Luanda - The transport sector needs nearly USD 200 million to reduce spending and maintain the sustainability of companies and jobs, said Monday in Luanda, the Secretary of State for Civil, Maritime and Ports Area, Carlos Borges.
Luanda - The Angolan Airlines (TAAG) is operating on Saturday and Sunday (March 11 and 12) six exceptional flights to northern Cabinda province, flying more than 500 passengers stranded in the capital, Luanda, due to the State of Emergency.
Luanda - The South African Airways will stop flying to the Angolan capital, starting this Saturday - February 29 -, putting an end to almost thirty years of operations to this southern African regional destination, for alleged financial reasons.
Luena - Ten new public transport buses, with capacity for 62 passengers each, were delivered today, Tuesday, in the city of Luena, province of Moxico, to six operators of this service.
Luanda - The interruption of Air Namibia's flights between Windhoek and Luanda, starting last Sunday, will cause embarrassment for businesspersons, as well as reduce trade, cultural and economic exchanges between the two countries and beyond.
Luanda - After 28 years flying to the Angolan capital, Luanda, Air Namibia has since Sunday cut off flights to Luanda for an indefinite period, as the company says the route has become economically unviable.
Lubango - A landslide caused by the rain last Saturday in Olivença, 60 kilometres off the City of Lubango, capital of the southern Huíla Province, is blocking the movement of trains to the Municipality of Menongue, south-eastern Cuando Cubango Province, ANGOP has learnt.