Due to the pandemic, the country declared a state of emergency on 27 March, a decision that has already been extended twice, and since then has kept its air, land and sea borders closed.
The Government has only authorized humanitarian flights that come to collect foreign citizens to return to their countries of origin.
The new flight is being promoted by the Angolan travel agency Ask4.
On April 25, the Minister of Transport, Ricardo de Abreu, said that 205 humanitarian flights have been authorized so far, which have allowed nearly 2000 foreign citizens to return home, with no forecast for the resumption of commercial aviation.
The third phase of the state of emergency ends on 10 May, but can be extended for another 15 days.
Angola records 36 positive cases of the covid-19 disease, of which two resulted in deaths.