Angola’s TAAG Airlines to Replace Part of Fleet, Angop Reports

Feb. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Angola’s national airline, TAAG, plans to gradually replace its Boeing 737-200 aircrafts with new ones, Agencia Angola Press reported today, citing board member Rui Carreira.

TAAG’s 737-200 planes are mainly used in domestic flights in Angola and do not meet European environmental standards, Carreira was cited by the Luanda-based news agency as saying.

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