Angola Airlines Gets the Green Light

Gallivant Africa

The Angola Airlines TAAG was recently reconfirmed to fly without limitations until May 22, 2021.

The decision followed the fulfilment of the legal procedures and successfully completion of the Operational Security Audit (IOSA) carried out by – International Air Transport Association (IATA).

The “certificate” allows TAAG to continue operating as a safe international airline in terms of SAFETY (Operational Safety), said a note sent to Angop on Tuesday, May 28. The five-day audit covered all operational areas of Angolan airline.

The note also referred that TAAG will undergo regular and periodic monitoring of the bodies of this international organisation. Privatized since 2018, TAAG operates in various domestic and international destinations.

With a fleet of ten aircrafts, including 737-700 and six 777-300 and 777-200, TAAG operates in more than 12 domestic and international destinations in Africa, South America, the Caribbean, Europe and Asia.

Miriro Matema
the authorMiriro Matema
Born in Zimbabwe and living in South Africa, Miriro is a seasoned publishing editor and writer, having worked with leading brands in investment, business leadership and entrepreneurship. Passionate about Africa’s development, Miriro is also a dynamic marketing consultant with 10 years experience working with startups and large multinational corporations. With a heart for travel, Miriro spends her time discovering the nooks of crannies of Africa’s hidden gems, taking the roads less travelled, meeting the beautiful people that call Africa home while exploring their food and culture. Miriro is currently a writer with Byolife Travel and Gallivant Africa

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