Ethiopian to start services to Windhoek, Namibia

Ethiopian Airlines, the fastest growing and the largest African airline, is pleased to announce that it will commence services to Windhoek, Namibia, via Gaborone, starting from 4th October, 2016.

Windhoek is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Namibia, headquartering most of the national enterprises and cultural institutions.

Flight
Frequency Departure Airport Departure Time Arrival Airport Arrival Time
Sub fleet
ET 0829
TUE,THU,SAT
ADD
9:40
GBE
13:55
ET 738
ET 0829
TUE,THU,SAT
GBE
14:45
WDH
16:25
ET 738
ET 0829
WED, FRI, SUN
WDH
10:00
GBE
11:40
ET 738
ET 0829
WED, FRI, SUN
GBE
12:30
ADD
19:00
ET 738

The Pan-African airline, Ethiopian, apart from pioneering in aviation systems and technologies, is the leading airline in its vast network in the continent.

Group CEO Ethiopian Airlines, Tewolde Gebre Mariam, said, “As a Pan-African airline, it has always been our source of pride to connect Africa together and to the rest of the world. The addition of Windhoek to our ever expanding network brings our African destinations to 53, the largest coverage unrivalled by any other carrier. I believe, the commencement of this flight will surely give our customer more convenient option to travel to Namibia. We will continue to expand our reach in our home market in Africa with a view to support to the continent’s socio-economic integration and development.”

Ethiopian will be deploying the Boeing 737 on the route. The aircraft is configured with 15 Cloud Nine seats and 138 Business Class seats.

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