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Flight time from the UK has been cut dramatically since the launch of direct routes in November 2006. It's now possible to reach Sal in around five and half hours and being just one hour behind GMT, you can arrive at a tropical destination with no jet lag.
Thomson flies direct to Sal from Gatwick and Manchester twice a week with prices starting at around £250 per person return.
Ryanair and Aer Lingus regularly connect Belfast, Dublin and Cork with Sal via Gatwick, Manchester, Lisbon and Oporto. Direct flights are scheduled to operate in the near future.
TACV and TAP Air Portugal fly direct every day between Sal and Lisbon and Santiago and Dakar. Operating once or twice a week are routes to Sal and Santiago from Paris, Amsterdam, Munich, Fortaleza, Banjul and Bissau. The airline plans to increase the frequency and number of routes to include London, Rome, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt.
To cater for the expat community of Cape Verdeans in Boston, TACV flies direct from Boston to Sal and Santiago.
TAP Air Portugal operates a route between Praia and New York via Dakar.
TACV has an "open skies" policy in force, permitting other airlines to fly to Cape Verde which helps to create price competition and reduce fares. Thomson flies to Sal on Mondays from Gatwick and Italian carriers Volare and Azzura presently connect Milan and Rome with Sal. German airline Tuifly has launched routes from Munich, Dusseldorf and Frankfurt to Sal. As the new international airports become operational, more airlines are expected to announce new routes to meet consumer demand.
The recent launch of a private catamaran ferry service provides a fast and fun way of getting around the islands. This will open up the smaller, less accessible islands such as Fogo and Santo Antao to tourists and provide more scope for development and opportunities for economic growth of the country.
TACV also makes it easy to hop between islands with a schedule of regular domestic flights. Between Praia, Mindelo and Sal there are flights at least once a day.
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