Air Namibia has introduced a 112-seater Airbus A319 to service its Harare-Windhoek and Harare-Lusaka routes due to increased demand. The Airbus, which offers both Business class and Economy Class services with 16 seats in Business and 96 Seats in Economy class, replaces the 37-seater Embraer ERL 135 Jet that has been in service since May 2012 when the airline relaunched flights to Harare. The airline’s country manager for Zimbabwe Forbes Zaranyika said the introduction of the new aeroplane had been influenced by increased demand for seats on the two routes.
From : Zncc
1 July 2014