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TAAG strengthens domestic connections

TAAG will increase the weekly offer of domestic flights from the 23rd, to the provinces of Benguela, Huíla, Lunda-Norte, Moxico, Cunene and Huambo, announced last Friday in a press release.


In total, there are 11 more air connections departing from Luanda to the cities of Catumbela (up from four to seven), Lubango (four to six), Dundo and Luena (four to five), Ondjiva and Huambo (two to four) with aircraft Dash 8 Q400.

"TAAG Linhas Aéreas de Angola has just increased 11 new flights that will reinforce existing connections in six provinces from north to south of the country, namely, Lunda-Norte, Benguela, Huíla, Moxico, Huambo and Cunene", reads the statement. communicated.

The increase in the weekly offer of flights to the six provinces was justified by the "sustained growth in the domestic segment reflected in greater mobility and interest of private and corporate passengers in travel within the Angolan territory".

In the same statement, TAGG highlights that on the Luanda/Cabinda route, which it classifies as "one of the domestic destinations with the highest demand and passenger adhesion", around 90 percent of flights will be operated by a Boeing 737-700 aircraft.

"It means that 23 of the 26 weekly flights to Cabinda are carried out on a larger plane, the B737 model (carries 120 passengers in total) in order to respond to the high volume of passengers and cargo in transit between Luanda and Cabinda", he adds.

"This strong focus on internal connections will provide passengers with more round trip options, allowing travelers to stay longer in those provinces with a positive impact on the local economy, namely in terms of hotels, tourism, services or business prospecting", completes the note.


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