All TAAG Angola Airlines articles

  • GEnx 787-c-GE Aerospace

    Angola’s TAAG picks GEnx to power 787 fleet


    Angolan flag-carrier TAAG has selected General Electric GEnx engines for its Boeing 787 fleet, in an agreement which will also include a spare powerplant. TAAG disclosed in October that it was ordering four 787s although it did not indicate a delivery schedule. Boeing’s official backlog figures indicate that the TAAG ...

  • Taag angola

    TAAG Angola orders four Boeing 787s to renew fleet


    Existing Boeing widebody operator TAAG Angola Airlines is renewing its fleet with an order for four 787s from the US manufacturer.

  • A220-c-NAC

    TAAG picks up more A220s from leasing sector


    Angolan flag-carrier TAAG is adding to its Airbus A220 leasing agreements by taking a pair of aircraft from Nordic Aviation Capital. The lessor is to supply -300 variants to the African operator. NAC says the jets are the first of its portfolio of A220s to be leased out. It has ...

  • TAAG A220-c-Azorra

    Angolan carrier TAAG to lease batch of A220s


    Angolan flag-carrier TAAG is to introduce three Airbus A220-300s which will be acquired through a lease agreement. US-based lessor Azorra will supply the twinjets to the airline next year. “We are deeply committed to growing the company by leveraging our market share and destination portfolio,” says TAAG chief Eduardo Fairen. ...

  • news-taag

    De Havilland Canada delivers first Dash 8-400 to TAAG Angola Airlines


    De Havilland Canada has delivered the first of six Dash 8-400 aircraft to TAAG Angola Airlines, the state-owned national carrier of Angola, as it builds out its networks to that country’s smaller communities.

  • News

    New TAAG feeder unit orders six Q400s


    An Angola consortium led by TAAG Angola Airlines has signed a firm purchase agreement for six Bombardier Q400 turboprops.

  • News

    Fastjet to start Lusaka-Harare service


    Fastjet will go head to head with multiple airlines when it launches a Harare-Lusaka service this winter.