Luanda International Airport, (LAD) is the current international airport serving Luanda
and the rest of Angola, soon to be replaced by the new Angola International Airport.
Rapid expansion of the international airport facility is urgently required to meet the
growing opportunities for business and tourism to Luanda, the gateway to the rest of the
Republic of Angola, in South West Africa. Luanda Airport is officially known as 'Airport 4
de Fevereiro' after the date the Republic of Angola gained independence from Portugal.
Scheduled International services include flights to Lisbon (7 days a week), Rio de Janeiro (3 days
a week), Sao Paulo (4 days a week), Beijing (3 days a week), Dubai (3 days a week), Porto (3
days a week) and London, Paris, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Madrid, Praia & Casa Blanca are all
scheduled to run twice weekly. Flight Route Maps and Operating Airlines can be found on our Flight
Sonair, contracted to Atlas Air, operate a chartered service to Houston from Luanda Airport
Angola. The Houston Express was introduced to satisfy the needs of Angolas' growing oil industry,
but some seats are available for anyone to use this service.
The Luanda airport, in Angola, offers direct flight links to neighbouring South Africa, Namibia and
Mozambique and to regional destinations in Nigeria, Ethiopia and Kenya. The Angolan National
Airline: TAAG Angola Airline also flies to many destinations throughout Africa and Portugal.
Domestic routes cover over 40 local airports around Angola. For all your travel needs visit Angola
International Airport Website.
This site will provide information and reservation services for Luanda International
Airport in parallel with the developement of the new Angola International Airport. Our
aim to to provide up to date information and full services and a smooth transition
between both airports.
For this reason, the Airport link in the navigation bar above has options for both the airports until
the new Angola International Airport is fully operational and all services have been transferred
there from Luanda International Airport.