Luanda-4-de-Fevereiro is situated 4km outside Luanda. There are public phones and bank facilities at the airport.
Reliable Taxi facilities are pretty much non-existent Eco Tur do run reliable airport transfers.
TAAG Linhas Aereas de Angola has flights between Luanda and some states in Africa, for example to South Africa Johannesburg, Namibia Windhoek, Zimbabwe Harare, Democratic Republic of the Congo Kinshasa and the Republic of Congo Brazzaville. TAAG recently started to have two or three weekly flights to Rio de Janeiro Brazil.
Ethiopian Airways (http://www.flyethiopian.com) flies from Addis Abeba to Luanda.
South African Airways (http://www.flysaa.com) operates from Johannesburg to Luanda.
Air France (http://www.airfrance.com) between Paris and Luanda
British Airways (http://www.ba.com) offers direct connections between London and Luanda
Brussels Airlines (http://www.brusselsairlines.be) flies from Brussels to Luanda.
Lufthansa (http://www.lufthansa.de) flies from Frankfurt to Luanda.
Sonair's Houston non-stop Express. The company is the first to provide direct transportation of passengers and cargo between Angola and the United States. The airline provides three times weekly service from Houston to Luanda.
TAP Air Portugal (http://www.tap-airportugal.pt) flies daily from Lisbon to Luanda.
Iberia flies from Madrid.
Kenya Airways as from 17th Aug 2010 from Nairobi
There are no official ferry links between Angola and other nations. As of 2003, it was at least possible to enter Angola via a small passenger ferry near Rundu in Namibia. There was both an Angolan and Namibia border official present. The crossing was mostly used by Angolans for the purposes of acquiring food and other supplies in Namibia. There are as of 2007 ferries running from the enclave of Cabinda to Luanda, which can be useful to avoid the unstable DRC. They carry cars as well. Seek local advice for when they depart. Sources claim that they run twice a week, cost $180 per person bike included, and take 14 hours to do the trip 2005.If there are no ferries, there might be cargo planes that you and your car can ride on between Cabinda and Luanda (http://www.mail-archive.c...). Be warned - these planes are unsafe. Use them at your own peril.
You can go in from Namibia at the border post near OshikangoNamibia/NgivaAngola.
Entering from the North was, as of 2002, via Luvo, a small town on the Kinshasa-Matadi 'road'. If you want to drive through Angola, it's a real experience. Off the beaten track, road conditions might not be quite what you are used to so be prepared, particularly during the rainy season where potholes are likely to be a frequent occurence. Also, keep a look out for livestock and the overloaded vehicles of the Angolan residents.