Transportes Aéreos de Cabo Verde, also known as Tacv Cabo Verde Airlines, founded in 1958, is the national airline of the Republic of Cape Verde, based in Praia, the capital city of the archipelago, located on the island Santiago.
Offering both national flights between some of the islands of the archipelago, both scheduled and charter international flights to and from various locations in Europe, Africa and America.
The airline's base of operations is located on the island of Sal, at the international airport Amílcar Cabral to Espargos.
In 2018, in agreement with Icelandair, the company changed its name to Cabo Verde Airlines.
Cabo Verde Airlines is a scheduled airline that since November 2009 has been an active member of the IATA (International Air Transport Association). The company was taken over by 51% of the company Loftfeidir Cabo Verde, which is part of the Icelandair Group.
The Icelandic company Icelandair, in addition to appointing the CEO and management, makes its aircraft available to the new Cabo Verde Airlines. Already 3 Boeing B757s have been registered in Cabo Verde, while a quarter is coming for the 2019 winter season. The plan is to increase the fleet of Cabo Verde Airlines at the rate of two aircraft per year, up to 20. The B757s, recently painted with the new colors of the company, have two classes of service: Comfort and Economy.
Founded: 1958
HUB: Amilcar Cabral Airport, Island of Sal
Fleets: Boeing 757-200, B757
Destinations: Europe, Africa, America
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