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TAAG reinforces fleet with cargo plane and two passenger aircraft

The flag airline reinforced its fleet with the addition of three aircraft, a Boeing B737-800 cargo plane and two B737-700 passenger aircraft, the company said.


TAAG, in a statement sent to VerAngola, states that this reinforcement is part of "its renewed commercial dynamics and improvement of service levels and options for its customers".

The company highlights that the cargo plane completed its first two commercial flights last Tuesday. "Highlight for the TAAG cargo plane that carried out its first two commercial cargo flights on December 19th from the recently opened Dr. António Agostinho Neto International Airport".

These two flights, between Luanda and Lagos and vice versa, "formalized the commercial cargo connection between two of the largest economies in Africa (Angola and Nigeria)", says the note, which adds that "this important milestone is part of the company's strategy to progressively increase its participation in the African regional air cargo market".

Regarding passenger transport, TAAG states that, "in order to provide greater convenience of service to passengers and reinforce the availability of flights at a time of high demand", it incorporated two aircraft with capacity for 136 passengers (12 in business class and 124 in economy class), which will "ensure connections to domestic destinations with greater traffic and regional routes".

In global terms, the flag airline also says it has strengthened its "response capacity at domestic and regional level in relation to passenger transport, in addition to providing the cargo segment with new resources (cargo aircraft) to capture new contracts or non-regular services".


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