The Gaborone-Durban and the Windhoek-Gaborone-Durban routes were announced Tuesday in a press statement are.
According to the statement, the airline will fly both routes four times a week.
Air Namibia spokesperson Paul Nakawa is quoted in the statement saying that the new routes are part of the airline’s process of optimizing the domestic and regional operations to improve aircraft and crew utilization.
Ultimately, Nakawa said, this will lower the airline’s fixed cost per unit and strengthen business through enhanced levels of connectivity.
Nakawa said more new destinations will be announced after getting the official approval.
Air Namibia has expressed concern over the government approval given to KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Ethiopian Airways and Qatar Airways, which are expected to start flying into the country this month. The company said such established airlines have budgets twice that of its own. Enditem
Source: Xinhua/News Ghana