More International Flights at Hosea Kutako International Airport as of Sunday

24 Mar 2022


Namibia Airports Company (NAC) has the pleasure to announce that Eurowings Discover and Ethiopian Airlines are expanding their operations as from Sunday, 27 March 2022 at our flagship airport, Hosea Kutako International Airport.


The much-needed developments are implemented thanks to the Bilateral Air Service Agreement (BASA) between Namibia and the states of Germany, South Africa, Angola, and Ethiopia. 


The Lufthansa Group increases the Eurowings Discover service to seven weekly flights between Frankfurt and Windhoek, starting 27 March 2022 as  a year-round service.  A further increase to ten weekly flights is set from July to mid-September 2022 and will include the introduction of travel options for local travellers between Windhoek and Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.


Ethiopian Airlines (ET) too, are set to resume their Sunday flight from HKIA  from 27 March 2022, increasing their frequencies from four to five per week. ET will fly between Addis Ababa and Windhoek on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.


Fly Namibia also increased their Windhoek to Cape Town flights from three to six weekly in March 2022 while TAAG Angola have added Saturday to their Monday and Thursday schedule.


“This is indeed great news for the aviation and tourism industry in Namibia. Again, this is to drive and revive economic development which was impacted by COVID-19. As NAC, we will continue to stimulate air service development  and that is why we invest in infrastructure development at our airports”, Bisey /Uirab, NAC CEO says.


/Uirab calls on stakeholders to maintain these flights with outstanding customer service.


“We need to aggressively safeguard these routes and no better way to do it than with great customer experience at the airport and through the visitors’ journey in Namibia. Let us be alert and attentive to the needs of the visitors to ensure that their stay with us is indeed memorable”, states /Uirab.


The recently revamped Hosea Kutako International Airport (HKIA) has seen a significant increase  from 10393 to 24055 passengers’ traffic in February 2022  which translates to 131.5% as compared to the same period previous year.