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Cabo Verde Airlines reinforces its Praia/Lisbon/Praia route

Posted 12 August 2019 · Add Comment

Cabo Verde Airlines is reinforcing its Praia/Lisbon/Praia route with the arrival of a Boeing 737-300.

 

The connection between the Cape Verdian and the Portuguese capital will be done three times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

The new Boeing 737-300 arrives at Nelson Mandela International Airport on August 13th and will begin operating the Praia/Lisbon/Praia route from August 30th.

With this relaunch, Cabo Verde Airlines strengthens the connections between Portugal and Cabo Verde as part of its strategy.

All flights will be connected to the Cabo Verde Airlines’ international hub in the Sal Island, and will make connection with other routes operated by the airlines.

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