TAAG Angola Airlines destinations

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Following is a list of destinations TAAG Angola Airlines flies to as part of its scheduled services, as of January 2014. Each destination is provided with the country name, the name of the airport served, and both its International Air Transport Association three-letter code (IATA airport code) and International Civil Aviation Organization four-letter code (ICAO airport code). Terminated destinations are also shown.

As of October 2014, TAAG Angola Airlines served 31 non-stop destinations. At this time, the carrier '​s three largest markets by seat capacity were Western Europe, Southern Africa and Upper South America. Around one-third of the airline '​s international capacity was in Africa, but only two of TAAG '​s five international markets were within this continent (Namibia and South Africa). Portugal and Brazil were the company '​s top markets based on available seats, followed by the Republic of South Africa, Namibia and the United Arab Emirates.[1]



Future destination
Terminated destination
City Country IATA ICAO Airport Refs
Bangui Central African Republic BGF FEFF Bangui M'Poko International Airport [2]
Beijing People's Republic of China PEK ZBAA Beijing Capital International Airport [3][4][5]
Benguela Angola BUG FNBG Benguela Airport # [6]
Berlin Germany SXF EDDB Berlin Schönefeld Airport # [7]
Bissau Guinea-Bissau OXB GGOV Osvaldo Vieira International Airport # [8]
Brazzaville Republic of the Congo BZV FCBB Maya-Maya Airport [2]
Cabinda Angola CAB FNCA Cabinda Airport [9]
Cape Town South Africa CPT FACT Cape Town International Airport [2]
Catumbela Angola CBT FNCT Catumbela Airport [9]
Douala Cameroon DLA FKKD Douala International Airport [2]
Dubai United Arab Emirates DXB OMDB Dubai International Airport [4]
Dundo Angola DUE FNDU Dundo Airport # [6]
Harare Zimbabwe HRE FVHA Harare International Airport [2]
Havana Cuba HAV MUHA José Martí International Airport [4]
Huambo Angola NOV FNHU Albano Machado Airport [9]
Johannesburg South Africa JNB FAJS OR Tambo International Airport [2]
Kinshasa Democratic Republic of the Congo FIH FZAA N'djili Airport # [6][7]
Kuito Angola SVP FNKU Kuito Airport [9]
Lisbon Portugal LIS LPPT Lisbon Portela Airport [4]
Luanda Angola LAD FNLU Quatro de Fevereiro Airport [2][4][9]
Lubango Angola SDD FNUB Lubango Airport [9]
Luena Angola LUO FNUE Luena Airport [9]
Lusaka Zambia LUN FLLS Lusaka International Airport [2]
Malanje Angola MEG FNMA Malanje Airport [9]
Maputo Mozambique MPM FQMA Maputo International Airport # [7]
Mbanza Congo Angola SSY FNBC Mbanza Congo Airport # [citation needed]
Menongue Angola SPP FNME Menongue Airport [9]
Moscow Russia SVO UUEE Sheremetyevo International Airport # [7]
Namibe Angola MSZ FNMO Namibe Airport [9]
Negage Angola GXG FNNG Negage Airport # [citation needed]
Ondjiva Angola NGV FNGI Ondjiva Pereira Airport [9]
Paris France CDG LFPG Charles de Gaulle Airport # [6]
Pointe Noire Airport Republic of the Congo PNR FCPP Pointe Noire Airport # [6]
Porto Portugal OPO LPPR Francisco de Sá Carneiro Airport [4]
Praia Cape Verde RAI GVNP Praia International Airport [4]
Rio de Janeiro Brazil GIG SBGL Galeão International Airport [4]
Rome Italy FCO LIRF Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport # [7]
Sal Cape Verde SID GVAC Amílcar Cabral International Airport # [7]
São Paulo Brazil GRU SBGR São Paulo–Guarulhos International Airport [4]
Saurimo Angola VHC FNSA Saurimo Airport [9]
Soyo Angola SZA FNSO Soyo Airport [9]
São Tomé Sao Tome and Principe TMS FPST São Tomé International Airport [2]
Windhoek Namibia WDH FYWH Windhoek Hosea Kutako International Airport [2]


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  5. ^ "TAAG inaugurates Beijing". Airline Route. 15 December 2008. Archived from the original on 10 January 2014. 
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  8. ^ "1985/86: TAAG Angola International Network". Airline Route. 16 February 2011.  Archived 13 October 2014 at the Wayback Machine
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