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A220 ordered by TAAG Angola Airlines showcases the new livery

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TAAG Angola Airlines is set to introduce new aircraft with a fresh livery featuring the national symbol, the PALANCA, enhancing the Angola vibe on both the A220 and B787 Dreamliner, reflecting traditional “Samakaka” fabric patterns.

LUANDA – TAAG Angola Airlines‘ new aircraft, namely the A220 and B787 Dreamliner ordered at Airbus and Boeing will be delivered with the new livery. The aircraft paint and visual identity will accommodate the Angola vibe, by reinforcing the visibility of the PALANCA (black antelope considered a national symbol) on the plane’s tail and winglets, as well as, keeping the color pattern inspired in the Angola’s traditional fabric named “Samakaka”.

TAAG Angola Airlines passengers and customers will soon be able to experience the new Airbus A220-300 on local and regional flights, the aircraft with 137 passengers’ total capacity (12 in business class and 125 in economy class), it is scheduled to be delivered to TAAG during 3Q, this year, and will be the first TAAG aircraft within this branding concept.

The airline has major challenges, namely the transition of passenger flights to the New Luanda International Airport, Dr. António Agostinho Neto in 4Q,2024, and the upcoming competitive scenario concerning the Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM). To address those topics, TAAG is implementing its strategic plan, taking actions to increase the fleet and new routes to capture more traffic and foster regional connectivity.

TAAG Angola Airlines is the leading airline in the country and is recognized worldwide for its strong high-yield market, having grown its current network to 12 domestic and 11 international destinations. Its fleet allows, in addition to passenger transport, air cargo services which have become essential for Angola’s growth and development. TAAG is a company that prides itself on a strong track record of service and performance excellence.

Vicky Karantzavelou
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