The Cabo Verde Airlines fleet will soon receive a new type of aircraft, the one that has already been operated by its predecessor, the TACV.
It has been announced by the Ministry of Transport of Angola and Cabo Verde, that a Boeing 737-700 will be transferred from TAAG Angola Airlines to Cabo Verde Airlines. The transfer is part of a project to boost flights on Ilha do Sal and Luanda, with the aim of turning cities into hubs for flights across Africa, according to the portal. Express Islands.
The 737 Next Generation family aircraft was once operated by TACV (Transportes Aéreos de Cabo Verde), which became Cabo Verde Airlines. At that time, the Boeing 737-800 of the largest capacity flew between the islands and along the African coast, but also worked to Brazil, bound for the city of Fortaleza.
It is not yet clear which routes the Boeing 737 will operate, but it will be in addition to the 757-200 that the company has and what its main equipment will be.
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