Last week, South African Airways (SAA) celebrated the reopening of its route to Namibia at Hosea Kutako International Airport in Windhoek, Namibia.
Namibian service on South African Airways (SAA) is reinstituted
The route to Windhoek is a component of SAA's intentions to carry out its restart strategy, expand the airline, and develop new route networks to various regional locations. SAA is happy to be able to open a service that promotes air travel between South Africa and Namibia.
SAA is thrilled to have returned to the route dating to the 1960s.
"The SAA team is delighted to be able to reunite Namibia with friends, family, relatives, businesses, and members of the diplomatic core, adding to the growth in relations between the duo," says Mr. Fikile Mhlontlo, the airline's chief financial officer.
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For more than 60 years, SAA has operated on this route. The Namibians welcomed the airline back to their country with great joy and love, and SAA sincerely appreciates their assistance.
In 2023, as the world opens up to post-Covid travel once more, SAA anticipates adding more routes more frequently as demand rises. In addition, to promote trade and tourism, the airline will increase the number of its ways.
"We recognize and are humbled by the good support from the Namibian Government and the industry at large," Mhlontlo continued. More than anything else, SAA aims to improve travelers' experiences inside and outside South Africa while delivering exceptional customer service.
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