Air Namibia to launch Gaborone /Durban routes
National carrier Air Namibia has announced that it will start flights to Gaborone and Durban from the 30th of October.
Both destinations will initially be serviced four times per week on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, using the Embraer ERJ 135 Regional Jets.
According to the airline, the two destinations represent the first set of new destinations to be added to its route network, as contained in Air Namibia’s five year Route Network and Schedule Development Plan.
“This forms part of the process to optimize our domestic and regional operations, aimed at improving aircraft and crew utilization, which will ultimately lower our fixed cost per unit, as well as strengthening our business through enhanced levels of connectivity. We believe that the market will welcome this much needed service, as it will result in eliminating transit stops, and offer short journey times for travel between Windhoek and Gaborone, as well as between Windhoek and Durban”, said Paul Nakawa, Manager for Corporate Communications at Air Namibia.