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TAAG Angola signs agreement with SITA

Posted 19 October 2020 · Add Comment

TAAG Angola Airlines (TAAG) has signed a new five-year agreement with SITA, to roll-out new, faster network connectivity linking all 15 of the carrier’s airport sites located in Africa, Europe and Latin America.

AAG Angola Airlines (TAAG) has signed a new five-year agreement with SITA.  Image:  Wikipedia

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