Luanda – The Aeronautical Information Service “AIS”of the National Airport and Air Navigation Exploration Company (ENANA) will be extended to Africa/Indian region.
This was said to Angop on Tuesday in Luanda, the administrator of ENANA, Emanuel Candengue.
He said that the service is currently operational in the airports of Luanda and Cabinda provinces, but due to the recommendation of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), these services must be extended to Africa/Indian region.
According to him, to provide a better service to the national civil aviation, ENANA aims at installing the AIS in airports of Catumbela (Benguela), Lubango (Huíla) and Luena (Moxico), whose project are being studied.
Thus, according to ICAO, Angola will report the data about its flight operations to the counterparts of South Africa and Brazzaville.
The Aeronautical Information Service ensures the flow of information necessary for the safety, regularity and efficiency of international air navigation.