Air Namibia orders two A319s

written by | February 7, 2012
Air Namibia has ordered a pair of Airbus A319s. (Airbus)

Air Namibia has ordered a pair of Airbus A319s and plans to use the 112 passenger aircraft on regional routes connecting Windhoek to other major African cities.

The Namibian national carrier currently operates two leased A319s on regional routes as well as a pair of A340-300 aircraft on its international route connecting Windhoek and Frankfurt.

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