Air Namibia
Air Namibia

Namibia’s flagship airline, Air Namibia, on Wednesday dispelled as fake news the information that it has been banned from landing on airports in South Africa because of failure to adhere to landing fees payment.

“Earlier today, the Airports Company of South Africa (ACSA) released a statement about the suspension of Air Namibia from using its airports with effect from Wednesday, October 16, 2019. Air Namibia operates its flights between Hosea Kutako International Airport to ACSA owned airports such as King Shaka in Durban, Oliver Tambo in Johannesburg as well as Cape Town International Airport,” Air Namibia said in a statement.

“We owe them money, however we made a partial payment today. The decision not to allow us to operate into and out of their airports has been lifted, and we will continue to operate as per published schedules. The decision to allow us to continue operating was met in good faith from their end because of good long-standing relationship we have with them for more than 3 decades, “Air Namibia said.

The Namibian airline also added that it would continue to engage the South African airports in order to rectify the status of their account. Enditem

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