FlyNamibia gets licence renewal

FlyNamibia has successfully renewed its Air Service Licence with the Transportation Commission of Namibia (TCN).

The airline expressed gratitude to the TCN for ensuring a smooth and efficient process.

“This renewal marks a significant milestone for us and reinforces our commitment to providing high-quality air travel services within Namibia and beyond,” FlyNamibia said in a recent statement.

According to the company, the licence follows a period of discussions and an urgent application with the High Court of Namibia in response to an initial notification of rejection from the TCN.

“We are thrilled to inform our passengers and partners that the licence has now been renewed. This development allows us to continue our operations without interruption, including the upcoming launch of our new routes to Victoria Falls and Maun,” said FlyNamibia.

As of 4 April, FlyNamibia will operate a direct route between Hosea Kutako International Airport and Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.

The airline said it remains dedicated to offering uninterrupted services between various destinations such as routes from Eros Airport in Windhoek to Ondangwa, Katima Mulilo, Lüderitz and Oranjemund, with FlyNamibia Safari connecting travellers between Hosea Kutako International Airport and key tourist destinations within Namibia.

The airline also operates regional routes between Hosea Kutako International Airport and Cape Town International Airport, in addition to Walvis Bay International Airport and Cape Town International Airport, in partnership with Airlink.

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