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About LAM Mozambique Airlines

LAM Mozambique Airlines, also known as Linhas Aéreas de Moçambique,is based in Maputo and has its hub at Maputo International Airport.

The airline operates scheduled services in southern Africa. The company is a member of the International Air Transport Association and of the African Airlines Association since 1976.

LAM Mozambique Airlines flies to Maputo, Beira, Inhambane, Vilanculos, Chimoio, Quelimane, Tete, Nampula, Pemba, Lichinga and internationally to Luanda, Nairobi, Dar es Salaam, Johannesburg and Harare.

LAM Mozambique Airlines is a historic airline, with 70 years of constant flight operations of experience.



LAM Mozambique Airlines Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

Hand baggage must fit within 115cm when adding the sum of the three dimensions (length + width + height). In addition, this must not exceed 7kg in weight. For flights on the Q400 aircraft, however, this must not exceed the dimensions of 55 x 30 x 20cm, or 5kg in weight.


Checked Baggage

Passengers free checked baggage is indicated on their ticket, or you can contact the booking agent directly to see how much you have purchased. However, as a guide, the following limits apply:

Business class passengers get 30kg of free checked baggage. Passengers in economy will get 20kg.



LAM Mozambique Airlines Check-In Information

Online Check-In

Passengers flying with LAM Mozambique Airlines can check-in online for their flights via the airline’s website. This opens 48 hours before the flight, closing 1h 30 mins before the flight is due to depart.


Airport Check-In

Passengers must check-in at the airport if they have not done so online. This service will close 60 minutes before your flight for domestic flights, or between 120-180 minutes before departure for international flights.



Route Map

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Frequent Flyer Program

LAM Mozambique Airlines operates a frequent flyer program called Flamingo Club to reward regular travellers with the airline.

Flamingo Club is a program that provides benefits and special privileges to passengers who travel frequently on LAM Mozambique flights and use the services of its partners.

The members of Flamingo have priority check-in and accumulate miles on flights LAM, enabling it to win awards.



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LAM Mozambique Airlines Hub Airport 

Maputo International Airport

CR Aviation and Kaya Airlines. Most destinations served from the airport are in Africa but TAP Portugal operates a service to Lisbon, Portugal and Qatar Airways operates flights to Doha.Airlines that fly from and to Maputo International Airport include Qatar, Ethiopian and Kenya Airways.


maputo International Airport




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Boeing 737-700

de Havilland Canada Dash 8 Q400

Embraer 190



Popular Routes

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LAM Mozambique Airlines News

27th April 2018

Mozambique: Gaza Airport Will Go Ahead, Insists Nyusi

Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi pledged on Monday that construction of an airport in the southern province of Gaza will begin this year.

Speaking at Licilo, in Limpopo district, on the first day of a working visit to Gaza, Nyusi declared “the airport will happen, as I have said before. The technicians have come here, they've made the measurements, they've tested the soil, and a tender has been launched in China. The company that wins the tender will begin to build the airport this year”.

The airport is to be built at Chonguene, about 17 kilometres from the provincial capital, Xai-Xai. The runway will be 1,600 metres long, and the entire airport is budgeted at 50 million US dollars. Last year China pledged to provide 15 million dollars for the airport, which is less than a third of what is required.

Nonetheless, Nyusi was confident the airport will go ahead. “There's money, the agreement's been signed, and there's no reason to doubt”, he said.

Critics point out that Xai-Xai is only three hours drive from Maputo, and doubt that there is sufficient demand to make an international airport viable. Nyusi brushed aside such criticisms, arguing that the airport will prove useful for Gaza's development. “Why do they talk politics, when people want to develop Gaza?” he asked.

Mozambique already has one international airport that is virtually unused. That is the airport in the northern city of Nacala, inaugurated in 2014 by Nyusi's predecessor, Armando Guebuza. Although it is the most modern airport in the country, the only airline flying there is Mozambique Airlines (LAM), with two flights a week from Maputo.

If the Gaza airport is indeed built, it will almost certainly depend for its viability on charter flights bringing tourists to the Gaza beaches and wild life parks.

Nyusi was also optimistic about revival of the project to mine titanium bearing heavy mineral sands in Chibuto district. This has been on the drawing board for many years, with successive potential investors showing interest, but then dropping out.

This time Nyusi was convinced that the project will take off, including a new rail link from Chibuto to Chokwe, where it will meet the Limpopo Line that runs between Zimbabwe and Maputo.


1st April 2018

LAM Mozambique Airlines signs partnership with Fastjet

LAM Mozambique Airlines and Fastjet have coming to arrangement in an attempt to explore long-term commercial cooperation. A Memorandum of Understanding was signed in LAM headquarter in Maputo, the capital of Mozambique. The intent of the memorandum includes wide-ranging areas of cooperation expected to significantly enhance commercial aviation in the country. This document includes code-share and interline agreements between the two airlines, as cooperation on other commercial systems, cargo, engineering and maintenance. LAM chief executive Mr. Pinto commented that the “areas of cooperation will not only further strengthen Mozambique’s flag carrier as a regional air-services provider but contribute significantly to initiatives that promote tourism, economic development and trade.”