11 November 2012

Angola: Nation to Gain First Radar of Air Traffic Support By 2014

Luanda — The CEO of the National Company of Airport Exploration and Air Navigation (ENANA), Manuel Ceita, has said that Angola will have by 2014 the first radar for supporting the air traffic Control, Angop has learnt.

Manuel Ceita told Angop that this deed is one of the greatest conquests throughout the 37 years of the country's independence, being marked on 11 November.

"We know that ENANA had a great participation in the country's development, as it served as a linking for national unity, at the time of the armed conflict, as well as for being one of the mirrors of this development", he said.

He announced that his staff has been working for the acquisition of new radars and its equipment, once the premises are already constructed within Luanda's "4 de Fevereiro" international airport.

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