Four airlines to start operating in Angola’s internal market

27 March 2012

Four private airlines may soon start operating in Angola after completing the process to become an operator with the National Civil Aviation Institute (INAVIC), an official from the civil aviation regulator said Monday in Luanda.

Air Two, Trans-World, Omni Aviation and SJL airlines are now waiting for conclusion of their application process in order to receive official certification.

According to the assistant head of the Operational Safety Board of INAVIC, Mateus Francisco, “any company applying to be an air carrier, first has to contact the civil aviation authorities to be given guidelines about certain issues, including acquiring the aircraft themselves, which will be recommended based on the business to be carried out.”(macauhub)