In March 2022 we launched our six-days-a-week schedule between Windhoek and Cape Town. Giving our customers even more options and connections to explore has proven a tremendous success and we thank our FlyNamibia community for choosing us to start your Namibian adventure, connect you to business or help you reach family and friends. On the 1st of March, at a sunset soiree overlooking the beautiful Atlantic, we hosted a selection of Western Cape tourism industry connections and affiliated partners at the 12 Apostles Hotel in Camps Bay, Cape Town. Speakers at the event included Ambassador Tonata Itenge-Emvula (Board Member of FlyNamibia), Alderman Vos (Mayoral Committee Member – City of Cape Town), MEC David Maynier (Minister of Finance & Economic Opportunities, Western Cape) and Wrenelle Stander (CEO of WESGRO).

“Namibia has historically been and remains one of the Western Cape’s key trading partners. In 2021 it was the province’s 4th largest export market. In the same year, international passenger volumes between Namibia and Cape Town exceeded 81 000, constituting a significant recovery of 47% when compared to 2019. The addition of flights between Windhoek and Cape Town is indicative of how Namibia is fast becoming an important catchment area for intercontinental flights to and from Cape Town,” said Wesgro CEO and Official Spokesperson for Cape Town Air Access, Wrenelle Stander, at the event.