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Bestfly Cabo Verde receives third ATR-600

Posted 22 September 2021 · Add Comment

Bestfly Cabo Verde has received its third ATR 72-600, from aircraft leasing company Elix Aviation, that will provide inter-island services in Cape Verde.

Bestfly Cabo Verde now operates three ATR-600 in Cape Verde.  The latest one will be based at Praia and offer inter-island services.  Image:  Bestfly

 

The contract will be operated by Transportes Interilhas de Cabo Verde (TICV), a scheduled and charter, passenger and cargo airline based in Praia.

 

“BestFly has broadened out, it is not just an Angolan company, we are now expanding regionally with intra-island flights in Cabo Verde,” said Nuno Pereira, executive director and founder of Bestfly.

 

Our commitment to Cape Verde and the Cape Verdean people continues to be total with a permanent operation in the country.”

 

BestFly has grown from an FBO and aviation services business into charter and commercial operations for Angola’s oil and gas industry through to international operations. It began flights in Cape Verde in May following the award of the public service contract.

 

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