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Cabo Verde Airlines adds second weekly flight to Boston

Posted 17 November 2019 · Add Comment

Cabo Verde Airlines will add a second flight between Cabo Verde and Boston in December.

From December 14th the airline will start flying twice a week to Boston, on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

Mário Chaves, deputy CEO and chief of corporate affairs, said: “The second flight to Boston resets a very important connection that had been reduced through the restructuring process of CVA. We are very excited to bring this connection back to the Cape Verdeans diaspora and we hope, with this new service, that we can continue to increase tourism in Cabo Verde and give Americans the chance to know Cabo Verde’s culture and its people better.”

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