Mozambique: LAM airline to get two more planes

23 July 2008

Maputo, Mozambique, 23 July – Mozambican national carrier LAM will acquire two 75-seat airliners before the end of the year, company sources told macauhub.

It is not known what routes the new planes will be operated on. LAM starts up a Maputo-Luanda service soon in partnership with Angola’s TAAG. LAM has recently hiked its fares due to rising global fuel prices.

LAM’s fleet comprises four Boeing 737-200s and two Jet Stream 41 turboprops, which operate on domestic services and to Johannesburg and Durban. (macauhub)