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Women’s equality: Not in Liberia

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South Africa and Angola to strengthen tourism ties

Luanda - The director of South Africa's National Tourism Agency, Phumi Dhlomo, has considered Angola as an important and strategic partner for boosting tourism activity between the two countries.

Kenya Airways commences flights to Luanda, Angola

NAIROBI, Kenya - Leading African airline Kenya Airways has commenced service to Luanda, the capital city of Angola.

Delta introduces new direct US-Angola flights

ATLANTA - Delta Air Lines will add an eighth destination to its growing Africa route network in January, with the first-ever scheduled direct service between the United States and Luanda, Angola.

Kenya Airways to assist in Angola visa issues

(eTN) - Following complaints from passengers to Luanda, the latest destination in the growing Africa network by Kenya Airways, the airline has reacted promptly to assist would-be passengers to secure

Kenya Airways to codeshare with TAAG of Angola

(eTN) - The commencement of flight operations between Nairobi and Luanda, the capital of Angola, will apparently be code shared between TAAG, the national airline of Angola, and the Kenyan flag carrie

TAAG to renew fleet after EU safety ban eased

LUANDA - Angolan state-run airline Taag said on Thursday it was ready to renew its fleet after the European Union (EU) eased a safety ban on flying into the 27-nation bloc.

PrecisionAir targets Congo and Angola

In its plans to extend its wings in African skies, Tanzania’s first private-owned airline, Precisionair, is looking to expand its services to cover Lubumbashi in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR

Luanda Carnival is a big hit with tourists

Luanda – The tourists who watched the main parade of the Luanda Carnival, held on Tuesday, considered it surprising, mainly due to the "good performance of the groups”.

Number of tourist establishments grows in Angola

Luanda – At least 2,541 hotel establishments all over the country were recorded by the Angolan Ministry of Hotels and Tourism, according to the director of department of studies and statistic planni

Angola-Namibia tourism cooperation agreement signed

The Namibian and Angolan governments have signed an agreement on jointly developing and promoting tourism activities between the two countries, visiting Namibian Minister of Tourism Netumbo Nandi Ndai

Namibia: UN agencies appeal for $3 million for victims of torrential...

More than $2,700 000 dollars is urgently needed to support the government of Namibia in responding to the plight of up to 350,000 people hit by widespread floods, a United Nations spokesperson said Mo

Angolan airline TAAG eyes flights to EU in June

LUANDA - Angolan state-owned airline TAAG, barred from flying to the European Union since 2007, hopes to resume those flights in June, a member of the airline's managing commission said on Wednesday.

Go$ng green in Africa

TEL AVIV, Israel - When Golda Meir first visited Africa in 1958, she had a vision.

Angolan airline losing $5 million a month on EU ban, Angop...

Angola’s state-owned airline, TAAG, is losing $5 million a month because the European Union banned it from flying in its airspace, the Angola Press Agency said, citing company spokesman Rui Carreira

Resource-rich Angola creeps out of tortured past

Standing high above the African savannah at the giant rocks of Pungo Andongo in north-central Angola's remote province of Malanje, you can feel the weight of history reverberating from the soles of yo

Angolan state airline wants flights to China this year

Luanda, Angola, 19 May – The commercial director of Angolan airline TAAG, José Venâncio, told newspaper Jornal de Angola that by the end of the year the company would open up flights to China.

Airline opens Luanda-Dubai route

Angola's state-owned flag carrier TAAG will officially open next Monday its Luanda-Dubai route, an official source has announced.Two flights per week (Monday and Friday) on Luanda/Dubai route are on the company's schedule.TAAG will fly with a Boeing 777 with the capacity for 420 passengers.

Hotels, Tourism Minister works in Caxito

Angola's Hotels and Tourism minister, Eduardo jonatão Chingunji, worked on Monday in Caxito City, the capital of the northern Bengo Province, to assess the level of functioning of infrastructures that will accommodate tourists during the 2010 African Cup of Nations (CAN) in football.

European Union keeps Angola’s airline on blacklist

Brussels, Belgium – The European Commission Friday decided to keep Angola’s flag flyer, on its blacklist of airlines banned from European airspace for at least another three months, as it considered that “there continue to be significant deficiencies in the area of safety.”

Brazilian airline OceanAir starts flights to Luanda in April

Luanda, Angola – Brazilian airline OceanAir is due to start flights between Sao Paulo and Luanda in April, carrying out three flights per week the Brazilian ambassador to Angola, Afonso Cardoso said in Luanda Friday.

Airline administrator happy with Chinese plane

Luanda - Angolan State-owned airline (TAAG) technical administrator, Constantino Dia'Lunda, Thursday in Luanda, expressed satisfaction at the technical performance and comfort offered by the China-made MA-60 aircraft that flew a demonstration flight on the Luanda/Lubango/Luanda route the same day.

Country Prepares Participation in World Tourism Fairs

Luanda - Representatives of various areas of the country's tourism will attend a world tour starting in Lisbon (Portugal) going to the United Kingdom, between January and November this year.The information was released Monday in Luanda by the technical director of the Institute of Tourist Foment (Infotur), Amaro Francisco.