The National Air Carrier (TAAG) has been keeping its regular domestic, regional and international flights since it resumed commercial operations in September, after being suspended in March due to covid-19 pandemic, the company said in reaction to alleged information about its inoperability at some destinations.
In September, TAAG resumed commercial operations under Presidential Decree 229/20 of 8 this month, favouring passengers with delayed travel. From March to August, the company was limited to humanitarian and rescue flights for fellow citizens abroad.
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Since then, all passengers are required to undergo the Serological test the day before for domestic travel on all routes operated by TAAG, and the Molecular type RT-PCR SARS-COV2 up to 72 hours before the date of travel, with “medical evidence” with negative results to be presented at check-in.
“The tests can be done in clinics accredited by the Ministry of Health”, indicates the national flag company, in a press release, referring to the most recent Presidential Decree No. 276/20 of 23 October, which imposes new rules on social coexistence, to be in force until 22 November.