Namibia's flag carrier, Air Namibia, has announced that one its Airbus A319 aircraft which was undergoing scheduled maintenance checks will start operating again effective 29 July 2019. This will bring out to three out of four of the airline's Airbus A319s in service. This allows Air Namibia to re-introduce some of its flight frequencies which were withdrawn due to a reduced number of aircraft in the fleet.
Effective 29 July 2019, Air Namibia will increase flights between Windhoek and Johannesburg from the current 14 weekly rotions to 21 weekly return flights, as per the normal published schedule.
Also effective 29 July 2019, the airline will increase the current seven weekly flights between Windhoek and Cape Town to 14 flights per week, as per normal published schedule. Seven of the return flights will be direct and non-stop while to other seven rotions will go via Walvis Bay.
Air Namibia will also re-introduce its twice-daily service between Eros Airport (ERS) in Windhoek and Ondangwa Airport (OND) in Ondangwa as per schedule on 29 July 2019.