The memo states that the new operation begins today and that the flights will be operated by the Angolan company’s aircraft, with Madrid as the final destination or stopover to European cities integrated into the network of Spanish carrier IBERIA.
The new track results from the signing of the partnership between Taj and Iberia in May.
“TAAG will have two weekly flights on this route, operated by a Boeing 777-300ER with a capacity of 293 seats, 12 seats in Business Class plus 56 seats in Standard Business Class and 225 seats in Economy Class,” the statement details, specifying that Flights will depart on Thursday and Sunday, at 21:00, in the direction of Luanda – Madrid, and on Mondays and Fridays, at 23:55, in the direction of Madrid – Luanda. .
Through a ‘code-share’ and ‘inter-line agreement’ signed by TAAG and IBERIA, passengers from Luanda can, with a single ticket, pay in Kwanzaa. [moeda angolana]arriving in Madrid as the final destination or stopover of a connecting flight (operated by IBERIA) to several cities in Europe, namely: Portugal (Porto), Germany (Frankfurt, Munich, Düsseldorf, Berlin), Italy (Rome, Milan, Bologna) the note added) Belgium (Brussels), the United Kingdom (London) and Spain (Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, Valencia, A Coruña, Vigo, Alicante and Bilbao.”
“This new route to Luanda – Madrid – Luanda represents TAAG’s desire to foster greater connectivity between Africa and Europe,” the statement quoted TAAG Chairman Eduardo Ferrin as saying.
“We are focused on increasing our destination network and providing the best possible service to our customers. We are excited about the agreement with IBERIA, which allows each company to integrate the partner network into its destination offering, providing families and to the corporate sector more travel options from our ‘hub’ from Luanda to Europe via Madrid.
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