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Namibia’s FlyWestair Launches First International Route

FlyWestair, Westair Aviation’s new scheduled passenger airline in Namibia, announced a new route between Eros Airport in Windhoek and Cape Town, South Africa, four days per week, in a media statement released Wednesday.

The flights, which are scheduled for twice a day every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and once on Sunday, will connect passengers from Eros Airport in Windhoek to Cape Town International Airport, with a stopover in Oranjemund, Southwest Namibia. Flights to Cape Town are scheduled to start on October 7, 2019.


“FlyWestair has introduced scheduled flights departing from Eros Airport in Windhoek to both Oranjemund and Ondangwa. The Oranjemund schedule includes flights every Monday, Wednesday and Friday to the southern town and back. The Ondangwa route connects passengers between the capital and the northern town of Ondangwa two times per day, every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and once on Sunday,” said the statement.

“The latest offering in their scheduled route portfolio will now link Namibians with their southern neighbor. Westair Aviation has been operating as an official scheduled passenger airline, with flights to various destinations within the country and the sub-region, under the brand name FlyWestair since June 2019,” the statement read.

Additional destinations that will be introduced in future will include Walvis Bay and Johannesburg with scheduled start dates being early 2020.


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