In a note made available on its Facebook page, the flag company informs that the company's president, Eduardo Fairen, and the executive director for the commercial area, Lisa McNally, were present at a meeting, which took place this week in Brazil, with executives, associations, travel agents and journalists.
"The meeting took place this week to announce the increase in the frequency of TAAG flights between São Paulo and Luanda, among other news", the note reads.
It is recalled that the company had already announced, last month, the increase in the number of weekly flights from three to four, between Luanda and São Paulo, as of November.
At the time, the state airline reported that the additional flight from Luanda to São Paulo would take place on Saturdays, with the return to Luanda taking place on Sundays.
As for the fifth weekly frequency, according to the Aeroin website, there is still no information on how this flight will take place.
On the occasion, the company's president considered that "TAAG is the reference airline connecting South America and Africa. More than a simple transport, this connection allows a set of cultural and economic exchanges, in addition to a meeting between the communities that share a common history", reiterating that the purpose is to strengthen relations with that country, seen as a strategic 'hub' for the company regarding the circulation between Latin America and Europe through Angola, according to the Aeroin website.