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Parliament asks the Minister of Transport for a viability plan for airports

The Angolan parliament urged the Ministry of Transport to present, within the next six months, a technical and economic viability plan for the country's various airports, some with no or low activity.


“Concern was expressed to the minister about the fact that there is no effective, useful use of the airports that were built in the country”, said the vice-president of the Economy and Finance Commission, João Mpilamosi, to journalists, at the end of a parliamentary hearing for the Minister of Transport, Ricardo de Abreu.

At the hearing by the Economy and Finance Committee of the National Assembly, this Thursday, the deputies recommended to the minister that the plan be submitted to parliament at the time of the presentation of the General State Budget for 2025.

“Almost every province has an airport, with all the equipment, many even surpass the airports we have in the southern region, and due to the fact that there has not been a useful and effective use of these airports, it was recommended that within a period of six months, in at the time of the presentation of the OGE, if a technical and economic feasibility plan was presented that demonstrated its profitability”, he said.

Ricardo de Abreu said that the deputies expressed concern about the sector guaranteeing the viability and sustainability of the available airports, “some with very low traffic”, and about how they will promote a plan to boost these aerodromes.

“This is an issue that we will address without a doubt”, assured the minister when speaking to the press at the end of the hearing, which lasted more than five hours.


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