- published: 21 Jun 2017
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by: Brumelda English ----- An Air Namibia A330-200 Airbus flying from Frankfurt, Germany yesterday had to land in Botswana after the Hosea Kutako International Airport was downgraded. Air Namibia had to scramble to secure landing rights in Botswana, after the Directorate of Civil Aviation reclassified the Namibia Airports Company's International Airport allegedly due to shortcomings in it's safety equipment.
by: Joseph Sheefeni --- The Namibia Airports Company successfully conducted an emergency exercise aimed at evaluating its readiness in case of an emergency situation at the Hosea Kutako International Airport. The simulation was held as part of the civil aviation regulations of the country.
Namibia's Walvis Bay International Airport new Terminal Building was inaugurated by Namibian President Hage Geingob on Friday. The new building was built by Chinese construction company New Era Investments and will be able to handle a sustained passenger flow of 200 passengers per hour. The total cost of the new terminal building was about 95 million Namibian dollars (8 million U.S. dollars). The building is energy efficient as it makes use of active and passive design measures to minimize its carbon footprint. The terminal development has been accompanied by upgrades of adjacent aprons. It also offers an increased number of restaurants, retailers, car rental services and other public services. Walvis Bay International Airport is the busiest airport at Namibia's coastline with primar...
---by Adolf Kaure The introduction of new airlines will save passengers time and money. These sentiments were shared by the acting CEO of the Namibia Airports Company (NAC), Courage Silombela in an exclusive interview with the News on One after one the new airlines made its first flight yesterday.
Flying ZS-WAT, a Cessan 182, returning to Lanseria International Airport, South Africa from Namibia ending a 14 day flying safari with Hanks Aero Adventures, 5/25/2016. Company following us was ZS-IWP, accompanying us on the safari. Approach was from the west, past the Tracking Station, with the tower directing a left orbit toward the Pelindaba Power Station until permission was granted to enter the Air Traffic Zone. This video starts as the FALA ATZ was entered, descending from 6400 to 5500 to join the circuit on a left downwind from runway 07. Whole story at http://pensacolapilot.blogspot.com/2016/05/namibia-safari-with-hanks-aero.html
HOSEA KUTAKO, 07 JUL (NAMPA) - The Namibia Airports Company (NAC) on Thursday welcomed Condor Airline's Windhoek to Munich temporary flight service at the Hosea Kutako International Airport (HKIA). The airline’s flight, DE 2295, which on Wednesday departed from Munich in Germany carrying about 240 passengers, touched down at about Thursday for the very first time on Namibian soil. (NAMPA) GH/LI/ND (Edited by George Hendricks)