As an experienced pilot and long-time airline executive, there’s very little Eduardo Fairen Soria hasn’t done in the aviation industry. Today, he is at the helm of TAAG Angola Airlines and is charged with the challenging task of overhauling and modernising the Luanda-based flag carrier ahead of a potential privatisation. Matteo Legnani caught up with TAAG’s CEO to find out more...
Angola has become the 38th global export customer for the Airbus C295 family of medium-lift tactical airlifters, with the company announcing that the nation has placed a firm order for three aircraft to perform multi-role operations on April 21
The Military Cooperation between Portugal and Angola started in 1998, in Aeronautical Military School of National Air Force (EMAFAN) near the city of Lobito, Angola, with the objective to help the instruction of the military formation and to provide support on the organisation and efficiency of the military training institutes