September Archive

Aigle Azur adds Conakry to its network

In October, French airline Aigle Azur will launch a new link between Paris and Conakry in Guinea. Beginning 31 October 2016 , the airline will operate four flights a week between its base at Paris-Orly and Conakry-Gbessia using an Airbus A320. Departures are scheduled on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday . (Source)
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TAAG Angola Airlines to Fly to Maputo

Beginning November 2, TAAG will operate twice weekly flights between Maputo, Mozambique and the Angola capital Luanda, with guaran-teed onward connections from Luanda to Lisbon and to Latin America. The airline will operate using a Boeing 737-700 aircraft between the two cities on Wednesdays and Fridays. (Read more)
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TAAG Angola Airlines receives another Boeing 777-300ER

TAAG Angola Airlines received another 777-300ER aircraft from Boeing, marking the second delivery this year to the national airline of An-gola. The airline plans to deploy its newest addition to its growing 777 fleet, now consisting of eight, between Angola and Portugal, effec-tive early October. The Angolan airline serves this route 14 times a week […]
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Air Namibia Africa service changes from Oct 2016

Air Namibia, starting next month, introduces service to Durban in South Africa, as the airline schedules Windhoek – Gaborone – Durban route. From 30OCT16, the airline will operate this route with Embraer ERJ135 aircraft, 4 times a week. Windhoek – Gaborone sector is a service resumption. SW741 WDH0730 – 0850GBE0935 – 1050DUR ER3 x246 SW742 […]
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