Namibia private airline Westair Aviation on Friday announced the addition of two-weekday flights to the current routes serviced by its commercial airline, FlyWestair.

Starting on Feb. 17, FlyWestair will increase the number of weekly flights to Ondangwa, Oranjemund and Cape Town with two-weekday flights per week, the airline said in a statement


“This will increase the airline’s flight frequency to these key destinations from 30 to 46 flights per week,” the statement said.

“These new flights are being added in response to market demand and are a testament to our hard-working team at FlyWestair,” said Westair Aviation CEO, Henri van Schalkwyk.

Westair Aviation launched its domestic passenger flights in late June last year following the granting of its Designated Carrier status by the Namibian Transport Commission.

According to the Namibian-owned company, FlyWestair has conducted more than 600 flights since its inauguration, with an on-time dispatch reliability of 98.7 percent for its over 20,000 passengers. Enditem


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