Online check-in gives passengers more autonomy and is available to LAM customers. Its implementation has proven to be very useful, having been the preferred channel for more than 15,000 passengers, which represents 3% of the global number of passengers who have flown on LAM.
It is increasingly evident that customers are choosing to buy LAM tickets online. The national airline has registered in recent months an increase of around 61% in online sales compared to the same period last year. The results demonstrate the public's preference for new technologies as a way to make their travels viable.
LAM was once again the official carrier of the 53rd edition of FACIM. In this year's edition, the national airline promoted the online sales channel, highlighting the online check-in services, real-time flight schedules, online ticket change and promotional fares with an 80% discount.
LAM has recently reduced fares for children from 0 to 23 months of age (less than two years old) on its domestic and international flights.
Since May of this year, LAM has been showcasing the “Happy_Moz” promotion as a way to boost traffic and encourage tourism, as well as other forms of leisure activities that include visits to family members.
On 23 May, at the International Airport of Maputo, emergency response exercises were held by members of LAM’s Care Team.
For the sixth consecutive year, LAM is among the African airlines nominated for the “Best Service in Economy Class”, awarded by the “World Travel Awards” (WTA), considered the “Tourism Oscars”.
A LAM – Linhas Aéreas de Moçambique informa que devido a avaria detectada na aeronave de maior porte da sua frota, o voo do percurso Pemba/Maputo de ontem, Sábado, 27 de Maio de 2017 e o voo do percurso Maputo/Nampula/Lichinga e vice-versa, da manhã de hoje, Domingo, 28 de Maio de 2017 foram reprogramados.
A LAM – Linhas Aéreas de Moçambique informa que o voo do percurso Maputo/ Pemba/ Nairobi, de hoje, dia 23 de Maio de 2017, cuja partida estava, inicialmente, marcada para às 9:05 horas, foi reprogramado depois de se constatar que o sistema eléctrico da aeronave demorava ganhar a performance para iniciar o voo.
Face aos comentários que estão a ser feitos nas redes sociais em relação ao voo TM190, de ontem, Quinta-feira, dia 04/05/17, do percurso Maputo – Nampula, a LAM – Linhas Aéreas de Moçambique leva ao conhecimento do público que o mesmo foi reprogramado, no período da manhã, depois de se detectar uma avaria na aeronave.