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Mozambican airline LAM plans to fly to Dubai and China by July
Release time:2024-03-15
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Mozambican airline LAM plans to launch regular flights to Dubai and China by July, the director general of the state-owned airline, Theunis Crous, told Lusa on March 13.

"We hope to start flights to Dubai and to China, Guangzhou, in the next three months. In June or July," said Crous, on the sidelines of the presentation ceremony at Maputo airport of the company's first cargo plane, a Boeing 737-300F.

LAM operates regular passenger flights to the country's 10 provincial capitals and to the Mozambican cities of Vilanculos and Nacala. It also flies regionally to Johannesburg and Cape Town (South Africa), Dar es Salaam (Tanzania), Harare (Zimbabwe) and Lusaka (Zambia), and plans to launch flights to Lilongwe (Malawi) and Nairobi (Kenya).

LAM has also been flying three times a week to Lisbon since last December, the only intercontinental destination it currently operates.

(Source: Notícias ao Minuto, on March 13)