FlyWestair launches international route

18 September 2019 | Infrastructure

These flights from FlyWestair, Westair Aviation’s new scheduled passenger airline, will fly to the neighbouring country four days per week. The flights are scheduled for twice a day every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and once on Sunday. There will be a stopover in Oranjemund.
FlyWestair has also introduced scheduled flights departing from Eros Airport in Windhoek to both Oranjemund and Ondangwa. Westair Aviation has been operating as an official scheduled passenger airline, with flights to various destinations within the country and the sub-region, under the brand name FlyWestair since June 2019. Additional destinations that will be introduced in future will include Walvis Bay and Johannesburg with scheduled start dates being early 2020.
Flights can be booked through all major travel agencies, or directly through the Westair reservations office on [email protected] Customers can also visit www.flywestair.com for online bookings.
Flights to Cape Town are schedule to start on Monday 7 October 2019.

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