Luanda - Pilots of the Angolan Airlines (TAAG) are demanding better social conditions and salaries compatible with complexity of their activity and the aviation sector in general, to avoid the exodus of these professionals to other national or foreign firms.
Luanda - Cabo Verde Airlines starts flying to Luanda on December 9 with two scheduled flights per week, said the deputy Premier and minister of Finance of Cabo Verde, Olavo Correia, stating that the company will connect other destinations from Luanda.
Luanda - The Angola Airline (TAAG) is to revitalize its training centre, with a view to increasing the technical skills of the staff and improving its performance, the company?s CEO, Rui Carreira, said on Thursday.
Luanda - Angola's Transport minister, Ricardo D'Abreu, said on Monday in Luanda, that the government intends to endow the country with a safe and compacted air transportation system so as to provide a regular and economic service as part of its strategic goals.
Luanda - The Angolan Airlines TAAG was reconfirmed on Monday to fly without limitations until May 22, 2221.
Luanda - Luanda Railroad Company (CFL) resumed Monday the normal circulation of its trains after a 37-day strike convened by the firm’s trade union commission, demanding, among other things, a pay rise of 80 percent.
Luanda - TAAG - Angola Airlines - will operate the Luanda / Ilha do Sal route (Cape Verde) starting on April 26th with the inaugural direct flight scheduled for 11am resuming after four years of a halt from 2016, due to operational strategy.
Luanda -Angolan Airlines (TAAG) has been included in the top ten African firms of 2018, in a list led by the Ethiopian Airlines, as revealed by a passengers and experts votes conducted by Skytrax World Airline Awards.