Air Namibia orders two Airbus A319s

Victoria
By Victoria February 7, 2012 17:06

Air Namibia orders two Airbus A319s

Air Namibia has ordered two A319s to replace two 737-500s. The aircraft will operate on regional routes from Windhoek to other major African cities. “Our in-service experience with Airbus aircraft has confirmed that the A319 is the ideal aircraft for Air Namibia’s regional routes,” said Air Namibia acting CEO Theo Namases. “The efficiency of our new aircraft, together with their commonality with our existing fleet will provide a strong basis for our continued growth and contribution to the Namibian tourist industry.” Next stop for the airline will be to get rid of its A340 aircraft running the Frankfurt route.

Victoria
By Victoria February 7, 2012 17:06
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