Airjet Exploracao Aerea de Carga (known as Airjet) was established in 2003 and is a scheduled passenger airline based in Angola. Airjet's head offices are located in Luanda, Angola and Pretoria, South Africa. As well as scheduled passenger services, the airline also operates cargo flights.
If you’re looking for flights within Angola, TAAG Angola Airlines is the flag carrier of Angola, and operates an extensive network. You can find out more about all of the airline operating flights by visiting our domestic flights within Angola page.
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The airline flies to a number of destinations within Angola, including Luanda, the capital, as well as Uige, Cabinda, Soyo, Benguela, Dundo and Kuito. Not all these destinations are available on the airline’s scheduled passenger network, as this list includes private charter destinations.
The following are popular scheduled routes:
|Luanda||Quatro de Fevereiro International Airport|
|Kuito||Joaquim Kapango Airport|
This information is currently unavailable as it depends on the route being operated, and will be confirmed during the booking process.
Please complete your Airjet booking, during which information regarding passenger baggage allowance will be detailed. If the airline allows it, you will also be able to add additional baggage to your booking.
The airline does not provide online check it, so passengers will need to ensure they arrive at the airport with plenty of time to spare.
For scheduled flights, passengers are advised to arrive at least 2 hours before scheduled departure.
There is on one seating class available: Standard (Economy). There are up to 30 seats on the aircraft. All seats have padded headrests, with ample storage in the overhead bins above the seats. The flights are only short, as the airline only operates regional flights, so facilities and services are limited onboard the flight.
The Airjet fleet consists of two Embraer EMB 120 Brasilia and three Jetstream 41. The Jetstream 41 is a turboprop regional airliner, the aircraft can accommodate up to 29 passengers in a two-by-one arrangement. The Embraer EMB 120 Brasilia is a twin-turboprop airliner, with a capacity of up to 30 passengers.
The airline has a base in Luanda, the capital of Angola, and home to the primary international airport serving Angola: Quatro de Fevereiro International Airport (LAD). It is located in the southern part of the capital Luanda. Airlines that fly to LAD include Air France, Air Namibia, Brussels Airlines, Emirates, KLM, Kenya Airways, Qatar Airways and more.
The following airlines operate flights to Angola: