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Air Namibia service licence reinstated

Posted 9 July 2020 · Add Comment

Air Namibia has released a statement informing the flying public that the decision by the Transport Commission of Namibia to suspend Air Namibia’s Air Service License was overturned by the High Court of Namibia on the evening of 8 July 2020.

 

 

Air Namibia service licence is reinstated.  Image: Air Namibia

The statement read: “In an application before the Honourable Justice Tommasi, the Respondents were interdicted from implementing or taking any further action regarding the suspension of the Air Namibia licenses pending a hearing of the matter on 3 August 2020.

 

“Air Namibia will continue to service its domestic routes as per our published schedule. Passengers can still fly between Eros and Ondangwa, Rundu, Katima Mulilo, Luderitz and Oranjemund. Walvis Bay flights remain suspended.”

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