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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.

 


 

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.

 


 

News

 

8th September 2017

 

Government of Mozambique seeks partner for LAM airline

 

The Mozambican government is looking for a strategic partner that will make it possible to recover the Linhas Aéreas de Moçambique (LAM) airline, said the chief executive of state stakeholding company Igepe, Raimundo Matule, cited by Mozambican daily newspaper Notícias.

The CEO added that no decision has yet been made, “and the government continues to discuss ways to recover the company with various partners,” but added that while looking for a partner, ways to restructure LAM are being sought, namely by analysing its cost structure to determine where spending can be cut and where funds can be raised to keep it running.

The chair of Igepe, Ana Isabel Senda, said that the restructuring of the State Business Sector (SEE) “is work that we have been undertaking since 2016 and includes the analysis of each of the companies, as well as ways to carry out the financial restructuring of the production units.”

“Our main objective,” she said, “is to make companies profitable in order to improve their contribution to state revenue, which is expected to reach 5 billion meticais (about US$80 million) within five years.”

Senda added that in 2016 and part of 2017, the SEE contributed 1.2 billion meticais, so that “within five years we can reach the sum sought, but it is necessary for this to happen to consolidate the control mechanisms of the companies.” (macauhub)

 

 

23rd August 2017

 

Government of Mozambique seeks partner for LAM airline

The Mozambican government is looking for a strategic partner that will make it possible to recover the Linhas Aéreas de Moçambique (LAM) airline, said the chief executive of state stakeholding company Igepe, Raimundo Matule, cited by Mozambican daily newspaper Notícias.

The CEO added that no decision has yet been made, “and the government continues to discuss ways to recover the company with various partners,” but added that while looking for a partner, ways to restructure LAM are being sought, namely by analysing its cost structure to determine where spending can be cut and where funds can be raised to keep it running.

The chair of Igepe, Ana Isabel Senda, said that the restructuring of the State Business Sector (SEE) “is work that we have been undertaking since 2016 and includes the analysis of each of the companies, as well as ways to carry out the financial restructuring of the production units.”

“Our main objective,” she said, “is to make companies profitable in order to improve their contribution to state revenue, which is expected to reach 5 billion meticais (about US$80 million) within five years.”

Senda added that in 2016 and part of 2017, the SEE contributed 1.2 billion meticais, so that “within five years we can reach the sum sought, but it is necessary for this to happen to consolidate the control mechanisms of the companies.” (macauhub)

 

 

May 2017

 

LAM Mozambique Airlines announced it is seeking a strategic partner with the objective of making it efficient and profitable. LAM is among 27 state-owned companies that the government is contemplating to sell shares from.

The Mozambique Aviation Authority launched an international tender seeking international airline companies to explore domestic and regional routes from the country, thus withdrawing the monopoly of LAM.

 

 

June 2016

 

LAM Mozambique Airlines announced it was temporarily suspending flights between Maputo and Luanda

Direct flights between the two cities began in November 2009, and LAM used an Embraer-190 aircraft, with a capacity for 98 passengers, to make the journey. But there was not sufficient demand, and so LAM incurred heavy losses on this route. The flights are suspended as from 1 July. LAM promises that passengers who have purchased tickets for flights in July or later are protected under the partnership between LAM and the Angolan national airline TAAG. They will have to fly via Johannesburg, on the LAM flights between Maputo and Johannesburg, and the TAAG flights between Johannebsurg and Luanda. In September, LAM Mozambique announced that it had put all fleet and network expansion plans on hold while it grapples with growing losses. Recently, LAM Mozambique opened a new retail store in Xai-Xia, the only provinicial capital which still did not have the flag company's services.

 

 

May 2016

 

LAM Mozambique Airlines announced it had revised its Boeing order book and converted orders for three B737-800s. The Mozambican national carrier ordered three B737-700s with purchase rights for an additional three B737 NextGens back in February 2014. The firm aircraft were to have been delivered in each of 2015, 2016, and 2017 a press release said at the time. However, a review of Boeing's Orders & Deliveries report shows LAM now has an order for three B737-800s.

 

 

September 2016

 

LAM Mozambique announced it had put all fleet and network expansion plans on hold while it grapples with growing losses. The state-owned carrier had USD160 million worth of debt at the beginning of the year although this figure has now been brought down to USD139 million. LAM's decision to acquire a trio of B737 NextGen aircraft (initially B737-700s then converted to B737-800s) from Boeing (BOE, Chicago O'Hare) was partly to blame for its dire financial situation. LAM currently operates a diverse fleet of three Dash 8-400s (all on lease from AeroCentury), one B737-500, one B737-700 (leased from AerCap), and two EMB-190s while its MEX - Mocambique Expresso (MXE, Maputo) feeder subsidiary operates two EMB-120RTs and three ERJ-145s (one of which is leased from CIE Catalina Bail).

The lack of fleet homogenity has also added to the company's debt burden de Abreu noted. Together, the two carriers serve Beira, Lichinga, Nampula, Pemba, Quelimane, Inhambane, Chimoio, and Tete locally and Harare Int'l, Johannesburg O.R. Tambo, Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta, and Dar-es-Salaam regionally. Given the decision to freeze its fleet expansion plans, a previous initiative to serve all the capitals of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) bloc has also been put on hold for the time being.

 

August 2015

LAM Mozambique Airlines was certified under ISO 9001 standard by SGS - Portugal. LAM Mozambique has codeshare agreements with TAAG, South African Airways, TAP Portugal, Ethiopian Airlines, Precision Air, Kenya Airways and Ewa Air. LAM Mozambique Airlines was founded in 1936 as DETA, a division of the Ports and Railway services. In 1980, DETA was changed to LAM Mozambique Airlines. LAM's head office is based in Maputo.

LAM Mozambique Airlines uses a fleet of Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer aircraft. LAM Mozambique also owns Mocambique Expresso which operates domestic and regional scheduled and charter services. The airline was established in September 1996 and became Mocambique Expresso in 1996 as an independent airline.

 

November 2014

LAM Mozambique Airlines signed a commercial agreement with TAAG known as a Special Prorate Agreement which seeks to establish connection facilities at accessible prices for the passengers of the two companies. Under this agreement, LAM passengers with intercontinental destinations (Lisbon, Porto, Havana, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro), Angolan domestic destinations (Lubango, Malanje, Cabinda, Catumbela, Huambo, Saurimo, Soyo, Ondjiva, Menongue and Luena) as well as regional destinations (Sao Tome and Principe, Lusaka, Brazzaville, Bangui, Douala and Praia) will be to make connections from Luanda.

 

 


 

 

 

Route Map 

 

 

Popular Routes

 

Maputo   Nairobi

 

Maputo   Johannesburg

 

Maputo    Luanda

 

Maputo    Zanzibar

 

Maputo   Harare

 

 

 
 


The Fleet 

Boeing 737-500

 

Embraer 190

 

 

  

Boeing 737-700

 

 

 

 

de Havilland Canada Dash 8 Q400

 

 

 

 

Maputo International Airport

HUB Airport

 

Maputo International Airport also known as Lourenço Marques Airport or Mavalane International Airport, is an airport located 3 kilometres northwest of the center of Maputo, the largest city and capital of Mozambique. It is the largest airport in Mozambique, and hub for LAM Mozambique Airlines 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.

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LAM Mozambique flights LAM is an important regional airline operating flights to all the major airports in Mozambique and to various international destinations. Within Mozambique flights are flown to : Beira Chimoio Inhambane Lichinga Maputo (Maputo International Airport) Nampula Pemba Quelimane Tete and Vilankulo. Within Africa Lam Mozambique operates flights to Nairobi, Johannesburg, Durban, Dar-es Salaam and Harare. Curently Lam Mozambique do operate into Lisbon. LAM Mozambique LAM Mozambique is a historic airline with 70 years of constant flight operations of experience. But this is Africa and passengers cannot expect the sort of customer service quality offered by US or European regional carriers. Lam is always worth checking out if you need to get from one of its gateway airports in Africa to one of its domestic destinations in Mozambique – where overland travel is long or impossible Lam can cut the journey time by days, but make sure any connections allow for delays and unexpected events along the way ! LAM Mozambique have three Boeing 737-200 aircraft in their fleet. These are not the newest aircraft but they are configured in a comfortable, low density two class layout.

Latest News:


LAM Mozambique stops flying to Lisbon from next week

LAM - Mozambique Airlines has announced the suspension of services from Maputo to Lisbon from 22nd November 2011.

LAM Mozambique gets second Embraer 190

LAM - Mozambque Airlines,has taken delivery of the second EMBRAER 190 aircraft, the last of the first stage of the fleet renewal program of the Mozambican national carrier.

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