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Blue swan descends on hot Hosea Kutako

Blue swan descends on hot Hosea Kutako

Dignitaries and local officials thronged the International Airport, Hosea Kutako to witness the arrival of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, now also flying to Windhoek. The flight schedule for the three existing flights to Luanda, Angola will be adapted slightly to make it possible to fly on to Windhoek and back after a short stopover. Windhoek is KLM’s twelfth destination in Africa as they fly to Luanda (Angola), Johannesburg and Cape Town (South Africa), Nairobi (Kenya), Kilimanjaro and Dar es Salaam (Tanzania), Entebbe (Uganda), Kigali (Rwanda), Lagos (Nigeria), Accra (Ghana) and Cairo (Egypt). With their partners KLM serves 56 destinations in Africa. During the welcoming remarks, charmain of the Airports Company, Rodgers Kauta said, “the arrival of KLM affords the opportunity to promote Namibia as a business and leisure destination amongst KLM’s global network of travellers.” (Photograph by Musa Carter)

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