update (05 Sept 2013): Air Namibia's first brand new Airbus A330-200 has begun flight tests ahead of its planned delivery to Windhoek later in September 2013.
Namibia's national carrier, Air Namibia, announced that the delivery of its two brand new Airbus A330-200 aircraft is drawing closer. The first aircraft is expected to arrive in September 2013 and the second one to enter fleet in November 2013. The A330-200 planes will come in a seat configuration of 244 seats, of which 30 are in business class and 214 in the economy class. Business Class seats will be full flat, while all seats in the aircraft including economy class will have "video/audio on demand" with individual monitors for each passenger. Replacing the airline's Airbus A340 aircrafts, the two new carriers will be used primarily on Air Namibia's long haul route, between Windhoek and Frankfurt (Germany).