According to Luís Máquina, Macon's director, the company's goal is to continue internationalisation as soon as the pandemic calms down and the economy picks up again.
"We will continue the previous projections regarding the expansion of our services at an international level, specifically in the Republic of Zambia, Congo Brazzaville, Botswana, as well as South Africa and Nigeria", he said, in declarations to the newspaper Opaís.
In addition to the expansion projects, the director of the national carrier has made it known that the company will also focus on training its employees and strengthening the quality of its services.
As for the national connections that Macon has active, Luís Máquina assured that these will be to maintain.
Currently Macon has two international routes - to DRC and Namibia - which are temporarily suspended due to the covid-19 pandemic. For now, the company is only carrying passengers in Luanda, with only half of its capacity.
He also talked about the company's accounts: in 2019, with passenger transport, Macon invoiced 61,680.568 dollars.