The Angolan airline TAAG will once again assure transportation between Luanda and Kinshasa. Seven weekly flights will be held to the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The announcement was made this week by the Minister of Transport, Augusto da Silva Tomás, during the the signing of cooperation agreements in the fields of road, rail and air transport between Angola and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The official said that there will also be provided two weekly cargo flights between the two capitals, stressing that there was “only” a few issues to be regulated for the resumption of TAAG operations to Kinshasa. Augusto Tomás also declared that the agreements (road, rail and air) between Angola and the DRC will strengthen cooperation between the two countries and influence the behavior of markets and trade and services between them.
According to the Minister, these protocols will allow for the creation of conditions to legitimize and improve the transportation of people and goods between the two countries.