Air Namibia's Airbus A319

Air Namibia’s Airbus A319

 

Air Namibia’s AIRBUS A319 and EMBRAER ERJ-135 aircrafts will undergo a mandatory maintenance check from 09 September 2013 to 22 September 2013, and as a result, they will have a temporary change to their flights schedule as follows:

 

  • Windhoek-Cape Town (WDH-CPT) morning flight to depart at 09:30 instead of 07:55 from Monday to Friday while departing at 10:30 on Saturday and Sunday respectively.
  • The return flight (Cape Town-Windhoek) departs at 13:40 on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
  • Lüderitz/Oranjemund (LUD -OMD) flights to operate in the afternoon on Monday and Wednesday, and departs for Lüderitz at 14h40. The Friday flight departs a bit earlier at 10:20 while the Sunday flight is cancelled.
  • Walvisbay (WVB) flights adjusted as below;
  • No WVB operation on Monday, Wednesday and Friday
  • WVB-WDH departs at 12h20 instead of 13h20 (Sunday)

NOTE: All times local. The revised flight schedule for Walvisbay and Lüderitz/Oranjemund is applicable for the period of September 09-17, 2013.

Conditions for the procedure;

  • All passengers will be re-protected on SW flights only.
  • Passengers are to be rebooked at no fee.
  • No re-routing to other airlines.
  • No provision of accommodation and/or transport.

For further additional information and enquiries in this regard, please contact your nearest Air Namibia office on +264612996111 or Email: Call.Centre@airnamibia.aero

Issued by:

Paulus Homateni Nakawa

Head: Corporate Communications

 

About Air Namibia (Pty) Limited

Air Namibia

Air Namibia, Namibia’s national airline, operates scheduled flights and carries cargo (freights) on domestic, regional and intercontinental flights. The airline was founded in 1947 as South West Air Transport, which later changed to South West Airways. In 1992, the airline’s name was changed to Air Namibia.

The mandate of Air Namibia is to be a major contributor towards the attraction and promotion of tourism to Namibia by providing air transport services between Namibia and other countries, as well as by operating flights within the boundaries of Namibia. The airline is positioned as a niche carrier serving domestic points within Namibia, the immediate regional markets of South Africa, Zimbabwe, Angola and Botswana. Points beyond (Asia, USA, Middle East and Europe) are serviced in conjunction with partner airlines via our gateways: Frankfurt, Accra, Johannesburg and Lusaka.

 

By: 5VictoriaFalls24

Date: 21 August 2013