update (17 June 2019): According to post by the airline on Facebook, FlyWestair now also offers scheduled flights between Eros Airport (ERS) in Windhoek and Ondangwa Airport (OND) in Ondangwa on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Westair Aviation, a private airline based in Namibia, is set to launch domestic passenger flights in Namibia after it was granted "designated carrier" status by the Namibian Transport Commission. This accreditation makes Westair Aviation an official scheduled passenger airline. Effective 24 June 2019, the airline will offer three flights per week between Eros Airport (ERS) in Windhoek and Oranjemund Airport (OMD) in Oranjemund in southern Namibia. Ticket are available from today (12 June 2019). Other domestic routes are planned to open in July 2019, while regional flights are planned to open in August 2019 (subject to on service agreements being reached with authorities and service providers). Westair Aviation, which will operate under the brand name "FlyWestair", is looking to offer flights to Cape Town (serviced from Oranjemund and Windhoek), Walvis Bay, Ondangwa and Johannesburg. We'll keep you posted!