TAAG increases flights to Cabinda, Maputo, Windhoek, and São Paulo
From August 13th, TAAG has reinforced flights to Cabinda a key domestic destination, as of October 2nd additional frequencies will be made available for regional routes namely Namibia and Mozambique, and by November 5th intercontinental flights to Brazil will be also extended.
Luanda, 10-08-2022: TAAG Angola Airlines will reinforce flights within domestic and international destinations, providing passengers with greater availability and options while scheduling their trips. Consequently, the following destinations Cabinda (Angola), Maputo (Mozambique), Windhoek (Namibia) and São Paulo (Brazil) will have additional frequencies, as follows:
Luanda > Cabinda
From August 13th. Weekly frequencies increase from 24 to 26 flights. Additional flights to be operated on Saturday and Sunday by a Boeing 737-700 aircraft.
Luanda > Maputo
From October 2nd. Weekly frequencies increase from 3 to 4 flights, with the additional flight being operated on Sunday by a Boeing 737-700 aircraft.
Luanda > Windhoek
From October 2nd. Weekly frequencies increase from 4 to 5 flights, with the additional flight being operated on Sunday by a Dash 8-Q400 aircraft.
Luanda > São Paulo
From the 5th of November. Increase in weekly frequencies from 3 to 4 flights, with the additional LAD/GRU flight operated on Saturday (the return flight to Luanda will be carried out on Sunday) by a Boeing 777-300 aircraft. Increasing flight availability goes on behalf of passengers’ expectations while aligned with current market demands. Aircraft allocated to each destination comply with flight typology and usual passengers and cargo volume. Globally, we noticed an increase in flights to Lusophone countries (Mozambique and Brazil), Austral zone (Namibia), in addition to Cabinda, a major domestic destination for Angolan passengers.