WINDHOEK, Jan. 29 (Xinhua) -- Namibia's national airline, Air Namibia, plans to increase capacity on domestic and regional routes where they often have high levels of spillage, according to a statement on Tuesday.
The new schedule change improvements will be effective on March. 30 and are in line with the airlines strategy, Air Namibia Corporate Communications Officer, Twaku Kayofa said.
According to Kayofa, Air Namibia has been growing its footprint in the domestic and regional markets continuously, with the number of passengers transported in the domestic market having grown by more than 50 percent over the past 8 years.
"The airline's objectives are to grow on the domestic and regional markets, while ensuring that we meet customer expectations and needs especially in respect of availability of air services on most suitable days of the week," he added.
Kayofa said the Windhoek-Lusaka-Windhoek flight frequency will be increased from the previous 3 flights per week to 4 per week, and the new days of operation will be Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The Windhoek-Harare-Windhoek route will share similar changes.