CV Interilhas awaits Cape Verdean certification to put ship “Dona Tututa” into service.
The directors of CV Interilhas (CVI) assured today that the vessel “Dona Tututa” is in the final stages of preparation for entering into service for the inter-island connections in Cape Verde, after the certification process.… Read More
CV Interilhas, a maritime transport concessionaire in Cape Verde, led by the Portuguese group ETE, will reinforce the fleet with two ships this year, one of which starts operations in May with an investment of four million euros. “In less than two years we will already be on the second ship, to arrive in the coming weeks. And by the end of the year, we are still thinking of bringing another ship to build a fleet of ships suitable for Cape Verde”.… Read More
Maio Port Modernisation a milestone in island development, a project that integrates the island of Maio as a whole and that is what we consider to be a life project and that will bring more life and more development to the island of Maio, with a tourism that we always wanted for the island… Read More
CV Interilhas announced today that it is in the process of acquiring another vessel, which will integrate its fleet later this year. It is a ROPAX ship (Roll-On Roll-Off for passengers and cargo) with a stern ramp and equipped with Bow Thruster.… Read More
Ilha do Maio is the most benefited from the package of 17 million Euros donated to Cape Verde by the European Union. The information was provided by the Deputy Prime Minister, on the sidelines of the signing of the investment agreement aimed at improving port infrastructure and fostering development in the Islands of Maio and Sal.… Read More
Cabo Verde Connect Services announced that it will make available to the national market a set of air connections that aim to increase the connectivity of the archipelago from December 2nd. In the initial phase, the operation will focus on the cities Lisbon, Paris and Boston, where the largest Cape Verdean communities reside.… Read More
The director general of the airline TICV (ex-Binter-CV), Luís Quinta believes that for December the number of passengers will increase. In this sense, the company is strengthening the flight team so that, at that time, it will be able to offer a schedule at the end of 2019. Meanwhile, the offer has already been reinforced by 17% since the resumption of inter-island flights in July.… Read More