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Angola to Inaugurate New International Airport

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Agostinho Neto International Airport

Comprising a terminal with a handling capacity of 15 million passengers per year and cargo handling capacity of 130,000 tons per annum during the first phase, ANIA will replace the existing Quatro de Fevereiro International Airport as the country’s main international airport.

The state-owned airport will host TAAG, Angola’s national airline, as well as regional and international carriers to provide domestic, regional and global transport services.

According to Ricardo de Abreu, Angola’s Minister of Transport, ANIA will start with cargo operations only and introduce passenger services for the domestic market in the first quarter of 2024. International flights are expected to start in the third quarter of 2024.

“We have a changing and increasingly attractive legal and economic framework. The reforms that have been carried out in the country are aimed at making Luanda an equally attractive destination for various aviation operators,” reiterated Nobrega.

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Nicholas Nhede

Nicholas Nhede

Nicholas is an energy sector journalist with a passion on how technology and diversification of the energy mix can be used to address energy sector challenges. Nicholas holds a diploma in Journalism and Communication studies and has been covering energy-related topics including the Internet of Things, distributed energy and digitalisation since 2015.

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