Founded in 2009, Aviator Angola provides charter and maintenance services for Bombardier, Falcon, Hawker, and Gulfstream business jets; Beechcraft King Air and Cessna Citation turboprops; and Leonardo and Bell helicopters. The company also offers VIP ground handling and long-term aircraft management. It operates in Angola, Aruba, Portugal, Cabo Verde, the UAE, DR Congo, Guyana and Senegal. It has 27 aircraft and serves commercial markets as well as long-term contracts. MS Aviation’s strong leadership team and significant market footprint are an excellent fit for the Bestfly Group, said its accountable manager.
Angola has three separate railroad lines – Luanda, Benguela, and Mocamedes – each operated by an administrator who reports to the Ministry of Transport. The National Institute of Railroad (INFCA) establishes the regulations and standards for rail transportation and holds enforcement authority. The Luanda line runs 425-kilometer northeast from the port of Luanda to Malange, while the Benguela line, also known as the Lobito Corridor, is 1,344 kilometers from the Lobito port east to Luau on the DRC border where a dry port and logistics center are planned. The southern Mocamedes railway line is 857 kilometers from the port of Namibe to Menongue and the Namibian border.
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It can be challenging to rent a car in Angola, and driving outside of the capital may be dangerous due to road conditions. Taxis are the most convenient way to travel within the city, and there are several companies that offer four-wheel drive vehicles, airport pick-ups, and rental cars with drivers, including Eco Tur (+244-912-501-387), B Home (+244-222-264-424) and Fly 540 (+244-222-250-427). It is also possible to buy a train ticket through the website of the transport company ANENA.