TAAG Angola Airlines (DT, Luanda 4 De Fevereiro) took delivery of its first B737-800(BCF), its first dedicated freighter, and began its operations in mid-December 2023.

D2-TBU (msn 33552) was ferried to Luanda 4 De Fevereiro after conversion in mid-September 2023, but remained parked for three more months. It was inducted into the carrier's fleet before the first revenue flight to Lagos on December 19, Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows. It has since been used to connect Angola with Nigeria and the Republic of Congo (through Brazzaville).

Although TAAG operates a single B737-700(QC), the quick-change freighter does not have a large cargo door.

The airline has simultaneously added a further two B737-700s, increasing the type's fleet to seven units (excluding the QC unit). TAAG also operates six DHC-8-Q400s and five B777-300(ER)s. It has three B777-200ERs, although all are mothballed. The airline has a firm order for two B787-9s and two B787-10s, and plans to lease fifteen A220-300s as it seeks to develop Luanda into a new connecting hub for Africa.