FlyNamibia finally renews its air service license after legal battles

Stefanus Nashama

FlyNamibia has announced that its air service license has finally been renewed by the Transport Commission of Namibia (TCN) after legal battles in the High Court.

“We are thrilled to inform our passengers and partners that the license has now been renewed,” the company said.

This follows a period of discussions and an urgent application to the High Court of Namibia after an initial notification of rejection from the TCN.

The aviation company’s application for license renewal was rejected by the Transport Commission after missing the deadline for submitting the renewal.

The renewal of the license allows FlyNamibia to continue its operations without interruption, including the upcoming launch of its new routes to Victoria Falls and Maun.

As Namibia’s first privately owned scheduled passenger airline, FlyNamibia emphasised its commitment to providing air travel services within and outside Namibia.

The company expressed gratitude to the TCN and everyone involved in ensuring a smooth and efficient process.

The company added that they will continue offering uninterrupted services between their various destinations.

FlyNamibia currently operates domestic routes from Eros Airport in Windhoek to Ondangwa, Katima Mulilo, Lüderitz, and Oranjemund, as well as regional routes between Hosea Kutako International Airport and Cape Town International, in addition to Walvis Bay International Airport and Cape Town International in partnership with Airlink.

It also announced that as of 4 April 2024, it will operate a direct route between Hosea Kutako International Airport and Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.

FlyNamibia Safari connects travellers between Hosea Kutako International Airport and key tourist destinations within the country.

The airline company said it will stick to its mission to connect Namibia with the region and the world by continuing with the enhancement of its service offerings to its valued customers.

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