Connecting to the colourful Cape

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…


It’s about time not distance

In Damaraland you don’t measure a trip from here to there in distance; you measure it in time. Forged from an outpouring of lava some 130 million years ago and then exposed to millions of years of erosion, fluvial drainage,…


Pre-schoolers, Planes and Picnics

Hanging out with SPES Charity at the Westair Aviation & FlyNamibia hangar in Windhoek In the spirit of ubuntu FlyNamibia has hosted a group of preschoolers, associated with S.P.E.S. Charity, at Eros Airport. As children are the future, the airline…

Inspiration, Our Story

The Human Core of Aviation

The Human core of Aviation The FlyNamibia Bursary scheme At the official launch of Westair Aviation’s rebrand from FlyWestair to FlyNamibia, the company also announced another exciting and enriching venture it will undertake as of January 2022 – the FlyNamibia…


Namibian colours across African skies

On 1 November 2021, Westair Aviation, the country’s largest aviation company, announced the rebranding of its scheduled passenger airline from FlyWestair to FlyNamibia. Speaking at the event the CEO of Westair Aviation, Henri van Schalkwyk, said, “At Westair Aviation we…

Our Story

Our (true) colours

Before FlyNamibia, there was FlyWestair, Namibia’s first privately-owned scheduled passenger airline. In November 2021 the airline took the bold leap of a rebrand , and so FlyNamibia was born. The airline’s parent company, Westair Aviation, has since the beginning, continuously…