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Airport passengers rose 11.2%

Passenger traffic at Cape Verde’s airports and aerodromes rose 11.2% year on year in 2011, from 1.6 million to 1.78 million, the country’s airport management company, Empresa Nacional de Aeroportos e Segurança (Asa) said in Praia

Hillary Clinton meets with José Maria Neves

A press release from the US State Department informs that this African tour is aimed at “demonstrating the United States of America’s commitment to good governance and economic development in the African region.”

In Cape Verde, Secretary of State Clinton will meet with Prime Minister José Maria Neves to discuss cooperation on regional issues such as the fight against drug trafficking, good governance, solid economic policies and the second Millennium Challenge Corporation compact with Cape Verde.

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WHITE AIRWAYS SOON LANDING IN SAL AND BOAVISTA

White Airways, a Portuguese airline company, started the licensing process to operate regular flights to Cape Verde.
Two routes are going to be scheduled soon: Lisbon/Sal/Lisbon and Lisbon/Boavista/Lisbon.
Rui Almeida said the license to conduct regular flights to Cape Verde aims to give tour operators the option of "failing to ensure that the entire aircraft is full in order to fly." In this new model, the White Airways flights on these routes can carry both passengers who buy packages that include accommodation and other services as well as people who just want the air passages.

AIRPORT TRAFFIC

More than one million passengers passed through Cape Verde’s airports between January and September of this year, a 10.3% increase over the same period last year. In the third quarter of 2011 alone, growth was 7.6% (4.3% in domestic traffic and 11.6% in international traffic) compared to the same period last year.

Senegal Airlines enters Cape Verdean market

Senegal Airlines, which began activities in January of 2011 with four aircrafts (three Airbuses and one ATR), will officially enter the Cape Verdean market on Thursday, October 6, with a promotional campaign that will last until December 31

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