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Maputo, July 18, 2019 (Lusa) – Mozambique’s airports last year handled 26,000 tons of cargo less than their installed capacity of 40,000 tons, according to Empresa Aeroportos de Moçambique (ADM), the company that operates them.
ADM's executive director, Saíde Junior, quoted in Thursday’s edition of Noticias newspaper, said that 14,000 tons of cargo was handled last year, up from 12,000 in 2017.
The company’s turnover from handling goods passing through Mozambique’s airports last year was $800,000 (€711,000), he said.
"Our desire is that installed capacity be exploited to the full," Saide Júnior stressed.
ADM, he continued, is encouraging Mozambique’s companies and businesspeople to look more to air transport to transport goods.
"Instead of exporting by land, only then to use airports in other countries in the region, it is to be recommended that our exporters opt for national airports," the ADM director said.
For this year, the company projects a 10% to 15% increase in cargo volume.
Saíde Junior maintained that the outlook for air transport in Mozambique is good, given investments currently being made in natural gas projects and other economic sectors.

PMA/ARO // ARO.
Lusa


Agency : LUSA

Date : 2019-07-19 10:08:36







 

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