Namibia’s national carrier, Air Namibia, has discontinued all charter flights, including all earlier planned flights to South Africa last week, Swiss airline intelligence provider, ch-aviation, has revealed.
Ch-aviation added that, according to an announcement made on June 8, 2020, Air Namibia discontinued the charter flights with immediate effect and until further notice, but did not say why.
“It had planned to fly between Cape Town and Windhoek Int’l, and Windhoek and Johannesburg O.R. Tambo on June 11,” read the report.
According to a report by Namibia’s New Era, other flights to the United Kingdom and China are also believed to be cancelled.
The airline has flown to several African countries on May 22, 2020, repatriating over 100 Namibian citizens stuck in foreign countries, following traveling restrictions put in place to curb the spread of Covid-19.
Flights on the Eros- Walvis Bay route were suspended from May 29 2020.