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Angola is fond in south central Africa sharing borders with Namibia, Zambia, DR Congo and the Atlantic Ocean. Having undergone decades of civil unrest and war, Angola remains are warm and friendly country you should visit on Angola Africa holidays.
Some of the most popular destinations in Angola are Mussulo Island from the west, its sandy beaches and Capoena rhythms and dances by the beaches. Kissama National park has a few surviving wild animals to enjoy such as buffalos, elephants, rhinos and others
While travelling to Angola by flights, there are several airlines that have direct schedules to Luanda Angola from the neighboring states like South Africa. You can choose Angola flights with South Africa Airways, Air Namibia or Air Zimbabwe among other international air carriers( although with no direct flights)
Angola’s international Airport known as
Quatro de Fevereiro Airport
often has programmed flights from major Europe to other regional capitals. This Airport is located in the capital city of Luanda. It also has other small home based airports in different parts of the country.
Fliers into Luanda
There are many international carriers that operate direct routes in and out of Luanda Quatro de Fevereiro thus linking with other several international capitals. Among these include Lufthansa from Frankfurt, Brussels Airlines from Brussels, Air France from Paris, Aeroflot from Moscow via Jeddah and British Airways from London. TAAG usually offers trans-continental flights and these are Libson, Rio de Janeiro and at times Paris.
Cheap flights to Luanda Angola are available online once you book online. From London or Heathrow (UK) Ethiopian airlines, Kenya airways, Brussels, south African airways have flights to Luanda Angola at cheaper rates of £ 500-700.
There are flights via Johannesburg, and direct from Europe and The US. Delta Air Lines offers flights from Atlanta to Luanda via Sal Island starting June of 2009. Lufthansa offers nonstop service via Frankfurt. There is also the Houston Express a charter run by Son Air that leaves Houston on 3 flights per week.