Hosea Kutako International Airport (HKIA)

Paragon ready, capable to run Hosea Kutako airport<br>…. Invests over N$25 million in equipment

Paragon ready, capable to run Hosea Kutako airport
…. Invests over N$25 million in equipment

Obrein Simasiku Paragon Aviation says it is ready and capable to carry out airport ground services and cargo handling at the Hosea Kutako International Airport (HKIA), adding that it possesses the much needed human resources and equipment required to successfully, efficiently and effectively run a smooth operation. Paragon Aviation is a seasoned player in the aviation industry, having been in operation for the past 14 years, and providing similar services at Victoria Falls Airport and Lusaka International Airport in Zimbabwe and Zambia, respectively. Paragon Aviation, an arm of Paragon Investment Holding, is in a struggle to take over airport ground…
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Paragon wins N$25m airport tender

Paragon wins N$25m airport tender

Obrein Simasiku Menzies Aviation’s refusal to accept its loss of the grounds handling service tender at the Hosea Kutako International Airport (HKIA) has been dealt another blow, when the Windhoek High Court ruled in favour of Namibia Airports Company (NAC). NAC had earlier approached the High Court, after Menzies refused to hand over the keys and other properties of the Airports Company, as its contract comes to an end tomorrow, 30 June. NAC was on a counter application, after it was dragged by Menzies to court for having awarded a tender to another company, Paragon Investment Holding and its Joint…
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Hosea Kutako prepared for tourist arrivals

Hosea Kutako prepared for tourist arrivals

Staff Writer The Namibia Airports Company says its prepared to start receiving international travellers at Hosea Kutako International Airport (HKIA) as part of the country’s Target International Tourism Revival Initiative. “NAC has set in motion, its restart plan under the heading “Resumption of Activities” to ensure the airport readiness upon the resumption of international flights as borders are to gradually open under the provisions of the State of the Emergency Regulations on COVID-19.The NAC has not received any airlines scheduled ahead of the reopening, but they have expressed their willingness to resume flights and we are anticipating mid-September 2020. Alternatively,…
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Hosea Kutako readies to restart operations

Hosea Kutako readies to restart operations

Staff Writer The Namibia Airports Company (NAC) has started preparing the Hosea Kutako International Airport (HKIA) to ensure that it is ready upon the resumption of international flights as borders are to gradually open under the provisions of the State of the Emergency Regulations on COVID-19. This comes as the airport will aid government’s Targeted International Tourism Revival Initiative, which is meant to come into effect on the 15 July to 15 August 2020. “We are working tirelessly with all stakeholders to ensure that our airport is ready as per the Stage 4 Regulations. We must play our part to…
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