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18 March 2020

Informative note

Taking into account the current pandemic situation of the new coronavírus, still surrounded by many uncertainties and, in order to accomodate any inconveniences that passengers may incur, TAAG Angola Airlines, S.A., informs the following measures that need to be taken into consideration:

13 March 2020

New Operating times at Porto airport

Due to the current circumstances and with the health, safety and wellbeing of our passengers and staff being top priority, we inform that from March 14th TAAG's store at Porto airport will be operating during these times: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 15h-20h. Should you need to contact us outside this schedule, please call us on 707 100 040 (Monday to Sunday between 8 am and 8pm). Alternatively, you can send us an email to sos@taag.pt, after which we will contact you as soon as possible. We appreciate your understanding, TAAG Portugal

13 March 2020

New Operating times at Lisbon airport

Due to the current circumstances and with the health, safety and wellbeing of our passengers and staff being top priority, we inform that from March 14th TAAG's store at Lisbon airport will be operating during these times: Everyday from 6 am - 10 am and 7pm - 11pm. Should you need to contact us outside this schedule, please call us on 707 100 040 (Monday to Sunday between 8 am and 8pm). Alternatively, you can send us an email to sos@taag.pt, after which we will contact you as soon as possible. We appreciate your understanding, TAAG Portugal

19 June 2019

TAAG - Linhas Aéreas de Angola SA orders six Dash 8-400s.

As part of the process of modernization and renewal of its fleet, TAAG Linhas Aéreas de Angola SA hereby announces that it has acquired six (6) Dash 8 - 400s aircrafts.

20 May 2019

TAAG may now fly over Europe without restrictions

Since April 17, TAAG became authorized to operate flights that include European air space, with no restrictions, since it is no longer part of the EU Air Safety List. This document lists the airlines which, for being unable to comply with the European Union's security requirements, are banned from flying over European territory, or have some restrictions. TAAG has proven its competence and rigour, as stated on the official document, available for download below.

15 May 2019

TAAG resumes regular flights to Sal, Cape Verde

After more than three years of suspension in the air connection between the cities of Luanda and Praia in Cape Verde, TAAG will resume, starting Friday April 26, 2019, regular flights to Cape Verde, but this time, to the city of Sal.

01 April 2019

NEW RULES AT O. R. TAMBO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FOR BAGS OF IRREGULAR SHAPE

New rules for checking in bags of irregular shape and size will be applied at O. R. Tambo International Airport from today (25 March 2019). The new rules are aimed at preventing blockages and breakdowns in the baggage handling system caused by bags that do not have any flat surfaces or that have long straps or grips as per the International Air Transport Association (IATA) guidelines.

01 March 2019

Travel agents visit TAAG's Boeing 777-300 (PT)

The agents visited the check-in area, the Fast Track boarding area and the airplane cockpit. They also experienced the comfort of the Economy, Executive and First class and had the opportunity to learn they also got to learn more about TAAG’s destinations and stay in the know about the company’s latest news, as well as the various procedures and technical issues related to the airline's operation. Read more opcaoturismo.pt/wp/agentes-de-viagens-visitam-boeing-777-300-da-taag/

31 January 2019

Press Release - New Tariff (PT)

12 November 2018

Incident with Flight DT453 – November 11

TAAG Linhas Aéreas de Angola hereby publicly confirms that yesterday, November 11th, the flight DT453 heading towards Namibe, carrying 74 passengers and 6 crew members aboard, operated with B737-700, suffered sudden depressurization while flying at cruise speed. The airplane returned to Luanda and the safety of the passengers and crew was assured throughout.