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TAAG Angola Airlines increases frequences in the Sao Paolo-Luanda route from August ahead


Effective August 2nd, TAAG Angola Airlines will add a new frequency on the Luanda – Sao Paolo-Luanda connection, providing six weekly frequencies overall between the Lusophony countries Angola and Brazil.

LUANDA – TAAG Angola Airlines will provide greater mobility options to its passengers and customers, following the market demand upon the recent codeshare agreement between TAAG Angola flagship company and GOL, the leading airline in Brazil. The company is adding a new frequency to the Luanda <-> Sao Paolo connection, making 6 weekly flights overall.

The new frequency will be added on Wednesday, operated by a Boeing 777 aircraft following the regular night flight departure from the Luanda International Airport. On this route, the average load factor is 73%, a positive reference within the civil aviation benchmarking. Ticket sales are open already, and passengers benefit from special conditions for purchases made exclusively via the website.

More than a point-to-point link, Sao Paulo and Luanda are positioned as connection hubs between Latin America, Africa, and Europe, with growing transatlantic demand of passengers, from tourists, families, and the business segment, in transit to TAAG in those geographies.

TAAG is committed to continually improving customer service, providing families and the corporate segment with greater connection availability covering destinations with high demand.

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