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Air Namibia to restore suspended flights

Air Namibia to restore suspended flights

National airline, Air Namibia will restore flights from Windhoek to Johannesburg and Cape Town, the airline an official said this week.

The frequencies that were suspended on 3 June will be restored effective from Monday 1 July, while the normal schedule will be completely restored in between three to four weeks.

“We will maintain two flights per day to Cape Town, while flight to Luanda in Angola will remain suspended until further notice,” interim chief executive officer, Xavier Masule, said in a statement.

Air Namibia spokesperson Paul Nakawa said an Airbus A319-100, which was undergoing a heavy maintenance check will be ferried to Johannesburg this coming weekend for final maintenance checks.

It is expected to re-enter service a week thereafter. Further flights will be re-introduced and details will be communicated in due course, he said.

“We would like to extend our appreciation and thanks to all our corporate and leisure customers, as well as other passengers, for their continued business support during this most challenging time. We also thank sincerely the travel agents and tour operators for their continuous support,” he added.


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