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Cabo Verde Airlines starts services to Washington D. C.

Posted 9 December 2019 · Add Comment

Cabo Verde Airlines has commenced regular flights to Washington, D. C.

 

The inaugural flight took place on Sunday, December 8, and departed from Amílcar Cabral International Airport, in Sal, at 09:30 am, landing at Dulles International Airport at 02:00 pm.

Before leaving, Jens Bjarnason, CEO of Cabo Verde Airlines, praised the beginning of the connection to the capital of the United States of America.

“We are very pleased to launch a new route to Washington, D. C.”, said Bjarnason. “The National Capital Region previously had few air service connections to Africa, giving this new route a great potential for success.”

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