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04 January 2023

Attention to requirements for traveling with children to and from Namibia

The Namibian authorities reiterate the need for all those wishing to travel to the country in southwest Africa to be scrupulously respected all requirements for entry and exit from Namibia of children under 18 years, whether accompanied by parents, guardians, or other entities legally authorized to do so. For more information, download and view the release.

12 December 2022


Luanda December 12, 2022: TAAG Angola Airlines adds Pointe-Noire to its regional destinations’ portfolio, effective Monday, December 12, ahead. The airline will provide two weekly flights between Luanda and Pointe-Noire, the second-largest city and key business center in the Republic of Congo. With this new connection, TAAG rise to eight intra-Africa destinations reinforcing its role as a major operator within the region, flying to multiple Lusophone, Francophone, and Anglophone countries. Overall, TAAG is now able to connect thirteen cities globally, namely: Pointe-Noire (Republic of Congo), Accra (Ghana), Cape Town, Johannesburg (South Africa) Windhoek (Namibia), Maputo (Mozambique), Kinshasa (Democratic Republic of Congo), Lagos (Nigeria), Sao Tome (Sao Tome and Principe), Lisbon, and Madrid in Europe, as well as São Paulo and Havana in the Americas. The inaugural flight (Luanda > Pointe-Noire) will take place on Monday, December 12. The route is set for two weekly flights departing on Mondays and Fridays, operated by the DASH 8 aircraft with 74 seats as total capacity, namely 64 passengers in economy class and 10 in business class. Pointe-Noire is an attractive destination for the oil & gas industry and the corporate market while the city also provides tourism and leisure opportunities to travelers.

18 October 2022

Partnership between TAAG and ANA provides access to the Lisbon lounge

Luanda, 18.10.2022: TAAG Angola Airlines and ANA (AEROPORTOS DE PORTUGAL) entered a partnership, effective in October 2022, which allows TAAG passengers to access the ANA lounge area at Humberto Delgado airport in Lisbon. TAAG shifts from the airline TAP Air Portugal lounge to ANA´s lounge, the entity responsible for managing the Lisbon Airport. This change will improve the customer travel experience and optimize costs within the TAAG operation. The lounge provides free and pay-per-use services, offering customers a panoramic view of the runway, privileged conditions for relaxation, work, food areas, showers, spas, or authorized smoking zones. With 900 m2, the ANA lounge is located at Terminal 1, Schengen area of Lisbon Airport.

11 October 2022


Luanda, October 11, 2022 - TAAG Angola Airlines and the Airlines Pilots Union have reached an agreement, after a new round of negotiations, which culminates with the lifting of the pilots' strike. TAAG is working on the global rescheduling of flights (domestic and international) to accommodate passengers, and this process may take between 2 and 5 days. In addition to having all its pilots now available, the aircraft hired to meet TAAG's contingency plan will continue to operate in order to accommodate the passengers' travel plan and the quick return to normal levels of flight availability, especially to meet the most congested routes. The call center service and TAAG store network will actively contact passengers and customers with guidance on their flight plans. We encourage all passengers to make use of these services for any questions regarding flight rescheduling.

07 October 2022

TAAG ensures minimum services during the strike period

Luanda - October 7th, 2022 - TAAG, Angola Airlines, informs that the negotiations held between its Board of Directors and the Airline Pilots Union (SPLA) have ended without the parties reaching an agreement. As a result, the SPLA is beginning a strike today, October 7, that will last until October 16, and will affect the scheduling of domestic and international flights. To ensure the continuity of its operation, TAAG will resort to leasing services, reallocating passengers to other airlines, and facilitating the change of travel dates without any penalty for customers and passengers affected by this strike. TAAG's contingency plan will protect the routes with the highest traffic volume. The list of flights scheduled for the strike period will be available on the company's website, and will also be communicated to passengers via Call Center and office network. TAAG's Management, which thanks its passengers for their understanding, continues to make every effort to reach an agreement with the SPLA. At the same time, it is actively working to minimize the impact of the strike and ensure compensation flights. It should be recalled that the demands made by the SPLA focus mainly on the pilots' pay and benefits. However, in the current financial context of TAAG, it is not possible to increase salaries to the extent requested without generating a negative impact on the survival of the company.

05 October 2022

TAAG creates contingency plan to minimize effects of the strike

Luanda October 1st, 2022 - TAAG Angola Airlines received yesterday, September 30th, a strike warning from the Airline Pilots Union (SPLA) starting October 7th. In response to this communication, TAAG immediately created a contingency plan to minimize the impact of the possible strike. TAAG's Management and the Union have, however, scheduled meetings from 3 to 7 October to jointly analyze the situation.

11 August 2022

TAAG increases flights to Cabinda, Maputo, Windhoek, and São Paulo

From August 13th, TAAG will reinforce 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.

18 July 2022


TAAG and ALC (Air Lease Corporation) signed a commercial agreement regarding the lease of 6 new Airbus A220-300 aircraft to be gradually delivered from 2023 Luanda 18-07-2022: TAAG Angola Airlines will receive six aircraft Airbus A220-300 to be delivered in phases - from 2023 until 2024 - after a lease agreement with ALC which is placing the orders to Airbus manufacture. Moreover, 5 of 6 aircraft ordered are scheduled to be delivered between January-July 2023.

18 July 2022


TAAG and ALC (Air Lease Corporation) signed a commercial agreement regarding the lease of 6 new Airbus A220-300 aircraft to be gradually delivered from 2023

04 July 2022

TAAG adds a new aircraft DASH 8 400 model to the fleet

TAAG Angola Airlines has been gradually reinforcing the fleet and today received another DASH 8 400 model aircraft, increasing availability in domestic and regional connections overall. This aircraft is very reliable and above all, with lower operational cost when compared to other B737 models. Thus, is extremely efficient for domestic connections and suitable for medium-haul international routes such as Windhoek (Namibia), Maputo (Mozambique) or Kinshasa (Democratic Republic of Congo).

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