4 July 2014

Angola: New TAAG's Airplane Starts Operation to Dubai

Luanda — The new boeing-777-300-ER of the Angola Air Carrier (TAAG), started last week regular operations Luanda/Dubai/Luanda route, according to the head of communication office of the company, Carlos Vicente.

According to the source, the airplane that arrived in Angola on 24 June from Seattle, (USA), carried out the first flight to Dubai, United Emirates Arab, one of the international destinations of Angolan Air Company.

The airplane has a transportation capacity of 12 passengers in the first class, 56 business class and 225 economic class, and is different from the two first purchased in 2011, as it offers to passengers mobile phone and internet services.

The Angolan air carrier flies to various international destinations such as South Africa, Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Brazil, Portugal, Cuba, China and United Emirates Arab.

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