Air Namibia has suspended all flights to Luanda, while flights from Windhoek to Johannesburg have been scaled down to one per day from the usual three per day due to an ongoing court case against Air Namibia by European-based Challenge Air. The company is demanding U.S.$.27 million.
Frozen Funds Wreak Havoc on Air Namibia Operations
New Era, 10 June 2019
The ongoing court case against Air Namibia by now defunct European-based Challenge Air, which is demanding N$400 million, continues to wreak havoc on the national airline’s… Read more »
Air Namibia plane (file photo).
Liquidated Belgian Company Pressuring Air Namibia
Namibian, 23 January 2019
AIR NAMIBIA says a liquidated Belgian aviation company is putting pressure on it to pay N$400 million, despite an ongoing court case between the parties. Read more »
Air Namibia Cuts Down On Routes
Namibian, 10 June 2019
AIR Namibia has had to suspend a number of southern African regional flights due to the unavailability of three Airbus planes. Read more »
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