Mon, 21 Sep 2020 15:25 - Updated Mon, 21 Sep 2020 19:32
Covid-19: Portugal's TAP flights back in Luanda Monday
Luanda - Portugal Airline (TAP) is resuming its commercial flights to Luanda (Angola) from Lisbon (Portugal) as from Monday (21), at a time Angola is officially re-opening its air space to international flights, after it gave green light to domestic flights earlier on September 14 this year.
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A TAP airplane
In its statement, quoted by the website “Ver Angola”, TAP announced flights stopovers to Luanda on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, with departure at 01:00 pm and return at 11:20pm, due to the biosafety measures.
The resumption plan of operations, which covers commercial flights to Luanda, will always be adjusted according to the circumstances.
The move is intended to respond to ongoing pace and restrictions imposed by various countries and markets, due to to covid-19”, says the statement.
On the other hand, the Angolan Airline (TAAG) starts its international operations next Tuesday 22 September, according to the Presidential Decree nº 229/20 of 08 September on the extension of the Public Calamity Situation in the country.
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