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Air Namibia ends operations

Posted 11 February 2021 · Add Comment

Air Namibia has announced on Twitter all flight operations will be suspended from February 11, 2021, this is following the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

 

Air Namibia ceases operations.  Image:  Air Namibia 

It added the carrier will not accept new reservations.

The airline has informed its staff of 636 employees that each will receive a 12-month severance package, but benefits will end immediately.

Airline leaders and the Namibian government are expected to meet later today to finalise the liquidation.

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