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Cabo Verde Airlines starts route to Porto Alegre

Posted 16 December 2019 · Add Comment

Cabo Verde Airlines began regular flights between Porto Alegre, Brazil, and Sal, Cabo Verde.

 

The inaugural flight between Porto Alegre and Sal took place this Thursday, December 12th, departing from Salgado Filho Airport at 08.55 pm, local time, and arriving at Amílcar Cabral International Airport at 07.55 am, local time.

Mário Chaves, deputy CEO and chief corporate affairs officer of Cabo Verde Airlines, said:

“Porto Alegre is a city full of history and one of the biggest in Brazil. With Fortaleza, Recife, and Salvador, we now fly to four cities of the Top 10 of the largest Brazilian cities. The relations between Cabo Verde and Brazil go back in time and we want to continue strengthening these ties with another strategic route.”

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