Luanda - At least one hundred national citizens residing in Cabinda returned Tuesday to the northernmost part of the country, in a TAAG humanitarian flight, after five months "stranded" in Luanda due to restrictive measures to contain the Covid-19 pandemic in the country.More about this news
Luanda - The Angolan flag company (TAAG), received last Monday the second of the six predicted Dash 8-400 plane model of the Canadian manufacturer De Havilland of Canada Limited (DHC), acquired by the Executive, within the framework of the region operator's fleet.
Luanda - The second airplane from De Havilland Canada (DHC) Dash 8-400, bought by TAAG - Angolan Airlines, arrives in Luanda next Monday, August 10, Angop learnt Saturday from an aeronautical source.
Luanda - The Angolan Government has extended the hours of operation of public and private urban and interurban public passenger transport, from 5 am to 10 pm.
Luanda - At least 800 Angolans stranded in Portugal since March, out of 2,100 who expressed interest in returning to Angola during this period of covid-19, are already in the country, as part of a repatriation programme for national citizens.
Luanda - Angolan Airlines TAAG resumes Friday the humanitarian "rescue" operations between Lisbon (Portugal) and Luanda (Angola), carrying 260 passengers.
Luanda - The Minister of Transport, Ricardo de Abreu, Monday announced that the second humanitarian flight from the Portuguese city of Porto will take place this week.
Luanda - The Angolan government determined, last Sunday, the extension of the circulation time for all public transportation, within the scope of the measures to prevent and combat Covid-19.
Luanda - The Multisectoral Commission for the Prevention and Fight against Covid-19 plans to hold the second humanitarian flight from Portugal in the coming week, as part of the repatriation process of Angolan citizens stranded in that European country since March due to the Covid-19 pandemic.