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    5 December, 2014
LAM begins scheduled flights to Nacala
Maputo, 5 Dec (AIM) - Mozambique Airlines (LAM) has announced that is preparing to launch a new route between the country’s capital Maputo and the northern port city of Nacala.

According to a press release from the airline, the direct flights will begin on Monday when a LAM Embraer 145, with a capacity for fifty passengers, will take off at 6.50 from Maputo and arrive in Nacala at 8.35.

This will mark the first commercial flight into the new Nacala International Airport.

The return flight is due to take off at 9.05, arriving in time to give customers the option to transfer onto the LAM flight for Johannesburg.

The new airport has been under construction since September 2011. It will have 16 check-in desks, two departure lounges (for domestic and international flights) and the ability to handle half a million passengers per year. It will also have a cargo terminal with the capacity to handle 4,600 tonnes of cargo per year.

LAM will operate three flights a week between Maputo and Nacala. In May, LAM revealed that it is considering using its new Boeing 737s (which are due to arrive in May next year) to fly from Nacala to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates and to Mumbai in India.
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  18 November, 2019  
President addresses Catholic Bishops
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  17 November, 2019  
New water system for Gorongosa inaugurated
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