Airport Taxi Transfer Luanda Angola – LAD Airport (Quatro de Fevereiro Airport Transfers)
Book your Airport Taxi Transfer Luanda Angola from the Quatro de Fevereiro international airport in Luanda Angola to any of your preffered city hotel Shipwreck Beach, Kissama, Mussulo, Capoeria Martial Arts and Angolan Food Tour
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Quatro de Fevereiro International Airport
Quatro de Fevereiro International Airport (Portuguese: Aeroporto Internacional 4 de Fevereiro), (IATA: LAD, ICAO: FNLU) is the main international airport of Angola. It is located in the southern part of the capital Luanda, situated in the Luanda Province. Quatro de Fevereiro means 4 February, which is an important national holiday in Angola, marking the start of the armed struggle against the Portuguese colonial regime on 4 February 1961. In 2009, about 1.8 million The airport started to be constructed in 1951, to serve the capital of the then Portuguese Overseas Province of Angola. It was inaugurated in 1954, by the Portuguese President Craveiro Lopes. In honor to him, the official name of the airport became President Craveiro Lopes Airport (Aeroporto Presidente Craveiro Lopes). In August 1975 the airport hosted tens of thousands of mostly white Portuguese Angolans in transit, camping at the airport ahead of fleeing to Lisbon via “Operation Air Bridge”. Following the independence of Angola from Portugal in November 1975, the airport was re-baptized Quatro de Fevereiro Internacional Airport.