TAAG Angola Airlines, the national airline of Angola, is struggling to keep afloat as it faces economic challenges  in the southwest African country, which has been in free fall over the past 18 months because of plunging oil prices. “We are struggling to keep the airline afloat,” chairman and CEO Peter Hill told ATW. He said the airline “suffers in terms of profitability,” has “significant debt” and “dramatically” declining passenger and ...

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