Airlines flying to Namibia
List and short description of airlines servicing the route to Namibia. For more information please take a look at our links page.
Air Namibia, the national airline of Namibia, operates daily flights between Windhoek and Europe, namely four times to and from Frankfurt in Germany and three flights to and from London Gatwick in the United Kingdom.
These services are operated with two MD11 aircrafts. Air Namibia also operates two daily flights between Windhoek and Johannesburg as well as Cape Town in South Africa, using a Boeing 737. Air Namibia also serves Luanda in Angola, Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe and Maun in Botswana.
Domestic services are also available from Eros Airport (Windhoek’s second airport) to all major town of Namibia such as Ondangwa, Walvis Bay, Swakopmund, Luderitz, Oranjemund and Katima Mulilo.
Air Namibia (PTY) Ltd.
Reg. Nr. 97/086
Trans Namib Building Bahnhof Street
P.O. Box 731
Windhoek • Namibia
Katima Mulilo (MPA)
Walvis Bay (WVB)
WVB Rooikop Airport
Windhoek Town Office (WDH)
Hosea Kutako Airport (WDH)
WDH Eros Airport (ERS)
Air Namibia Holidays
MORE INFORMATION ON AIR NAMIBIA'S SERVICES
South African Airways
South African Airways, the South Africa's national airline, operates daily flights between Johannesburg, Cape Town and Windhoek. This service is operated with Boeing 737. There are also regular flights between Johannesburg, Cape Town and Namibia's major harbour, Walvis Bay. SAA is the largest airline in Africa and have been voted by the airline industry as ''Best Airline in Africa''. The company also services the routes to destinations on the northern and southern America, Australia and Europe.
Germany's largest privately owned airline, LTU International Airways, operates twice a week direct flight from Munich to Windhoek. This service is operated with Boeing 767.
British Airways (COMAV)
British Airways operates a regular flights from Johannesburg and Cape Town to Windhoek. This service is operated with Boeing 737.
Message from LTU
LTU International Airways confirms commitment in Namibia
In order to put an end to the continued dubious speculations about the commitment of LTU in Namibia, the German airline has announced that the number of flights between Germany and Namibia will be maintained at two per week.
As from November 2000, LTU will fly every Monday and Friday non-stop from Munich to Windhoek during the forthcoming season. Non-stop flights from Namibia to Munich are scheduled every Thursday and Saturday with connecting
online service to Duesseldorf and many interline connections to major airports in Germany and the rest of Europe.
The LTU First Comfort Class offers an exclusive service on all LTU flights to and from Windhoek. Passengers holding the LTU Card increases their personal baggage allowance by an extra 10 kilograms and another 30 kilograms
for Sporting Equipment. As from 01 January 2001, the Cologne-based Rewe group will acquire full
ownership of LTU Touristik GmbH, Duesseldorf and take over a 40 per cent share in LTU. The total sales volume of this new giant group in tourism, which will consist of the tour operators LTU Touristik, ITS, DERTOUR, ADAC Reisen, the travel agency sales chains DER, Atlas Reisen and the DERPART co-operation partners, will amount to approx. DM 14 bn and make it Europe's
third largest group in the industry. It is evident that Namibia as a tourist destination will benefit from this acquisition.
Please contact us in case of any further questions.
SISA, General Sales Agent for
LTU INTERNATIONAL AIRWAYS
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