TACV and Halcyonair passengers experience days of chaos
Monday, 14 September 2009 21:47    PDF Print E-mail

On September 9 and 10, TACV Cabo Verde Airlines cancelled at least eight flights, leaving more than 400 passengers grounded. Worse off is private airline Halcyonair, which, with its only aircraft grounded with technical problems, has been forced to rent planes from Cabo Verde Express, resulting in enormous constraints for its passengers, especially those on the São Vicente-Sal and São Vicente-Praia routes.

Halcyonair begins flying to São Nicolau and increases number of flights to Fogo and Boa Vista
Monday, 27 July 2009 17:44    PDF Print E-mail

Privately-owned Cape Verdean company Halcyon Airways will begin operating flights to the island of São Nicolau this week, offering three weekly flights on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Authorities unaware of plans for ship on Fogo-Brava line
Thursday, 23 July 2009 18:23    PDF Print E-mail

Cape Verdean authorities are not aware of the project aimed at placing a ship on the route between the islands of Fogo and Brava announced by entrepreneurs in the United States. Minister of Infrastructures, Transportation and Communications Manuel Inocêncio Sousa affirms that he has yet to receive any documents on the supposed initiative. The Maritime and Port Institute, meanwhile, admits is was approached by a businessman who claimed to be Portuguese and who requested information on the legal procedures necessary for a ship to operate in Cape Verde, bur Institute president Zeferino Fortes guarantees nothing concrete has been established.

Domestic and international flights affected by ground crew personnel strike on Sal
Wednesday, 22 August 2007 10:56    PDF Print E-mail

The flights carried out by TACV Cabo Verde Airlines and other companies will be affected throughout the day today, August 22, as a result of a strike by check-in and baggage personnel at Sal's Amílcar Cabral International Airport.

Cape Verde and UK formalize air accord
Tuesday, 09 January 2007 22:33    PDF Print E-mail

Cape Verde and the United Kingdom will sign an accord today, January 9, aimed at normalizing relations in the realm of air travel. The initiative is intended to intensify air links between Cape Verde and Great Britain, including the Republic of Ireland.

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