Air Namibia reintroduces direct Walvis Bay-Johannesburg flights

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Air Namibia has reintroduced direct flights between Walvis Bay and Johannesburg.

The direct overhaul from Walvis Bay to Johannesburg has been revived after re-routing the service via Windhoek earlier this year, due to scheduled maintenance. The route is serviced by an Embraer ERJ135, offering 37 seats in economy.

A flight departs Johannesburg at 07h20 and arrives in Walvis Bay at 09h45. The return flight departs Walvis Bay at 16h40 and arrives in Johannesburg at 18h55.

The airline has also increased frequency on the Durban-Gaborone route, now offering a daily flight, which then goes on to Windhoek.

In a statement made in 2016, Air Namibia spokesperson Paul Nakawa said the routing would be Windhoek-Gaborone-Durban, and back to Windhoek. Air Namibia would also be offering a service for traffic between Gaborone and Durban, using the fifth freedom traffic rights it was granted. The service operated four times weekly at the time, according to the Namibian.

Source: Tourismupdate.co.za

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