Airlink launches new Namibia route while Air Namibia remains grounded
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Airlink launches new Namibia route while Air Namibia remains grounded

Privately-owned regional airline Airlink plans to launch a new direct service between Cape Town and Walvis Bay, in Namibia, commencing on March 2.

Air Namibia, the country’s national carrier, halted flights on February 11, pending voluntary liquidation, with all aircraft being grounded at base and bookings cancelled indefinitely.

The Cape Town – Walvis Bay route will be Airlink’s fourth South Africa – Namibia route, with others including Johannesburg – Windhoek, Cape Town – Windhoek and Johannesburg – Walvis Bay.

Airlink CEO Rodger Foster says the new route is ideal for business and leisure travellers with the port city of Walvis Bay being an important economic hub and gateway to some of Namibia’s “prized”…

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