New Angolan airlines starts operating Wednesday

11 May 2010

Luanda, Angola, 11 May – Servisair, a new Angolan airline, is due to start operating Wednesday with a flight between the cities of Luanda and Lubango in Huíla province, the company said in a statement published in Luanda Monday.

The inaugural flight between Luanda and Lubango is also the first to be run by ServisAir, which according to the statement is 100 percent Angolan-owned.

ServisAir has a fleet of Boeing 727-29C aircraft.

Currently the main airlines in the Angolan market are Taag (state flagship air carrier), Sonair (owned by oil group Sonangol), Diexim and air 26, with Cabinda, Huambo, Soyo, Benguela and Lubango as the main destinations. (macauhub)