The situation of infrastructure development by sector is as follows.
1) Air transport
Routes are set all over the country, and you can access all over the country directly. From the capital of Luanda, there is also a direct flight from Cuatro de Puberello International Airport to overseas. The state-owned airline TAAG operates routes to Africa and Europe. In addition, Portuguese Airlines (TAP) and South African Airways (SAA) are on board. One regular charter flight also connects with the United States. Companies such as private charter flights and private helicopters are also entering.
The total road network is 51,429 km, of which 10.4% are paved 27. In the road restoration project, emphasis is placed on roads connecting major city centers and roads around Luanda. The main road connects the capital city Luanda and the inland area to the east and west. There are branch lines connecting main roads, and transportation to Namibia is possible.
Angola has three railway trunk lines. Besides connecting the various provinces in the country, these railroads connected Angola and the neighboring countries Namibia, Congo (former Zaire), Zambia. Restoration works are now under way for these railroads which were destroyed during the civil war and whose operations had been suspended. Under the support of China and India, the railroads that have been renovated or renovated are as follows.
· Luanda Railroad: 424 kilometers connecting Luanda and Malangae. Restoration work was completed in December 2010, and the operation was resumed. Improvement of inland logistics through railway restoration is expected to lead to the elimination of supplies shortage.
· Benguerra Railroad: 1,344 kilometers connecting from Lobito Port to the Luau of the eastern border, further to the southeastern part of Congo (former Zaire) and the mine in Zambia. Approximately 340 kilometers connecting Huambo City from Lobito port opened in August 2011. The Benguerra railway has a maximum capacity of 4 million passengers per year and a transport capacity of about 20 million tons of freight. · Mosamides Railway: 907 kilometers connecting Namibe Harbor and
· Menongge in the inland area. In December 2011 restoration of about 700 kilometers between Rubango Menange was completed. It plays an important role as a means of transporting iron ore and manganese from the Kashinga mine.
Angola’s main ports include the ports of the capital Luanda Port, Lobito Port, Namibe Port, and Cabinda Port. Approximately 70% of the total cargo handling volume is concentrated in Luanda Port, and the Lobito port handles about 20%. At Luanda Port, cargo sharply increased with reconstruction projects significantly exceeds handling capacity, resulting in chronic congestion. Private operators such as Maasuk concluded a 20-year concession agreement with Luanda Port, and efforts toward privatization are proceeding. Angola Port Authority announced that it invested 350 million dollars in renovation of Rwanda Port in 2010, and completion of terminal expansion construction will improve cargo handling capacity and improve efficiency of operation and resolve congestion It will lead to. As for the port of Namibe, the Japanese government implemented grant aid (1.8 billion yen) as an emergency port renovation plan, and completed repair work at the port in 2010. In the plan, rock walls (240 meters), container yards, repair of harbor roads, installation of water supply facilities and two lighting lamps, reach stacker, rough terrain crane, and one forklift were offered.