Cape Verde Airlines : Resuming normal operation soon

Cape Verde Airlines, the Capeverdian airline, reports that it landed last night at Amilcar Cabral Airport on Sal Island. The flight was operatd by  another plane.

Cape Verde Airlines : Resuming normal operation soon

Cape Verde Airlines, the Capeverdian airline, reports that it landed last night at Amilcar Cabral Airport on Sal Island. The flight was operatd by  another plane.

The flight landed this Monday at Sal around 10 pm. The B767-200 from Jordan Aviation, which will operate for Cape Verde Airlines on a wet lease basis. It will strengthen Cape Verde Airlines’ fleet and supply capacity over the summer.

With the two recently arrived aircraft, the company expects to resume normal operation in the next few days.

Protection for passengers harmed by cancellations will continue until full regularization of flights. Cape Verde Airlines deeply regrets all the constraints caused and hopes to resume operations in the short term.

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Until then, we will maintain a regular situation in order to inform about the replacement of the fleet and the operation.