FlyNamibia will launch direct flights between Windhoek and Maun on July 3, leveraging tourist traffic between the two countries.

FlyNamibia’s Sales and Marketing Manager, Adrian Muller, told Tourism Update that the flight would operate from Hosea Kutako International in Windhoek.

FlyNamibia’s Safari Operations Manager Marco Theron said “The seasonal flights will operate on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays, from July until the end of October and we are putting a big commitment on the table for the stakeholders in Maun.”

“We aim to market the unique and diverse tourism offering of the two countries and I can assure the tourism industry that we have the equipment and the necessary back-up in Namibia to make the route work,” Theron added.

Maun’s bookings are open and bookable on the GDS system or the FlyNamibia website.

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