Luanda - Angola’s National Air Company (TAAG) resumes this Tuesday (22) the international operations, with the "commercial flights" of passengers, to Portugal and Brazil, in the light of Presidential Decree nº 229/20, of 8 September.More about this news
Luanda - At least ninety-nine national citizens residing in Cabinda province and who had been stranded in Luanda returned Monday to their far-northern province in TAAG commercial flight.
Luanda - More than forty Nigerians, stranded in Angola since March, due to the restrictions imposed by the covid-19, returned last Wednesday to their country, in another humanitarian flight by TAAG (Angolan Airlines), informed the chairman of the company's Executive Committee.
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.
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 - 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 - At least 260 Angolan citizens arrived on Friday afternoon in Luanda from Lisbon-Portugal, where they were stranded for four months because of the covid-19.