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Cabo Verde Airlines to enter into partnership with TAAG-Angola Airlines

Posted 23 April 2019 · Add Comment

Cabo Verde Airlines has entered a strategic partnership with TAAG Angola Airlines, the national airline of Angola, in a codeshare agreement of flights operated by TAAG between Luanda and Sal.

 

The codeshare agreement will be signed officially on April 26, the date of the inaugural flight between the two cities operated by TAAG-Angola Airlines.

This service is a partnership where an airline will carry passengers from another airline through shared code on a particular flight; in this case, passengers with tickets for a Cabo Verde Airlines flight between Luanda and Sal will be carried on a TAAG aircraft.

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