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About Air Namibia

Air Namibia is the national flag carrier of Namibia and operates scheduled domestic, regional and international passenger services from its base at Windhoek, the capital and largest city in Namibia.

Air Namibia is wholly owned by the Namibian Government and is positioned as a niche carrier, serving domestic points within Namibia as well as the immediate regional markets of South Africa, Zimbabwe, Angola, Zambia and Botswana. The airline currently flies to 6 destinations in Africa and 6 towns domestically within Namibia. Air Namibia also has convenient connections to over 17 European countries through Frankfurt.

Air Namibia offers either a one cabin (Economy) aircraft, or two cabin configuration (Economy and Business) aircraft.

Looking to book Air Namibia flights? It is easy to search and book flights with Air Namibia through Alternative Airlines. Book flights in English and with the support of our expert customer service team. Did you know you can also pay for your flights using Namibian Dollar, which is just one of over 160 currencies available?


air namibia plane on tarmac

Image Credit: Bob Adams, Wikipedia Commons




Check-In Online

You can follow this link to check-in online through the Air Namibia website and receive your printable boarding pass.

Online check-in opens 24 hours and closes 90 minutes before scheduled departure time for both domestic and international flights.

Airport Check-In

You can also check-in for your Air Namibia domestic or international flight at the airport ticket counter. On domestic flights, airport check-in opens 3 hours and closes 45 minutes before scheduled departure. On international flights, airport check-in opens 3 hours and closes 60 minutes before scheduled departure.



Baggage Allowance

Carry-On Baggage

Economy Class: 1 piece not exceeding 10kg (22lb) and measuring 56cm (l) 36cm (w) 23cm (h)

Business Class: 2 pieces not exceeding 10kg (22lb) each and measuring 56cm (l) 36cm (w) 23cm (h)

In addition to carry-on baggage allowance, passengers are also entitled to one person item, which might be a small handbag or laptop.

Checked Baggage


Domestic flights (within Namibia) 1 piece, 32kg max weight and 158cm (62in) max dimensions 1 piece, 23kg max weight and 158cm (62in) max dimensions
Flights between Southern Africa and West Africa 2 pieces, each 32kg max in weight and 158cm (62in) max dimensions 2 pieces, each 32kg max in weight and 158cm (62in) max dimensions
Flights between Lagos and Accra 2 pieces, each 32kg max in weight and 158cm (62in) max dimensions 2 pieces, each 32kg max in weight and 158cm (62in) max dimensions
Flights between Africa and Europe 2 pieces, each 32kg max in weight and 158cm (62in) max dimensions 1 piece, 30kg max weight and 158cm (62in) max dimensions
Flights for Marine/Seaman (Domestic)* 1 piece, 32kg max weight and 158cm (62in) max dimensions 1 piece, 23kg max weight and 158cm (62in) max dimensions


*Baggage allowance for flights to/from Marine/Seaman will also depend on aircraft type and will be confirmed at the time of booking - this also applies to international flights to/from Marine/Seaman.

Air Namibia Reward$ Card Holders will be entitled to additional baggage allowance, route depending. Those who have purchased a discount fare (such as a Student Fare) will be subject to limited baggage allowance - this will also be confirmed at the time of booking.


Economy Class

Economy Class is one of two cabin classes that Air Nambia offers.

Economy Class Facilities

On international flights, passengers are given access to the airline's in-flight entertainment system, which is available to watch through touch screen monitors that are fitted to each seat. 

What are Economy Class Seats Like?

Seats are set out in a 1 x 2 formation for short-haul domestic flights and either a 3 x 3 or 2 x 4 x 2 formation for longer international flights. Seats have 31 inches of pitch, are fitted with personal monitors and also have a power supply which can be used to charge personal electronic devices. Each seat comes with an adjustable headrest. 

Each passenger is given a pillow and blanket for relaxation.


Premium Economy

Air Namibia doesn't have a Premium Economy cabin.


Business Class

Business Class is available on select flights and offers an excellent standard of service with a number of extra perks and facilities. Air Namibia's Business Class product is called 'Prestige'

Business Class Facilities

Business Class passengers can enjoy a range of television shows and films on the airline's in-flight entertainment system, as well as a range of English and German magazines and newspapers.

Each passenger is given a high-quality blanket and pillow and an amenity kit which includes a variety of hygiene products and a sleep mask.

Before the flight, passengers are given access to the airline's lounge, which is available at select airports.

What are Business Class Seats Like?

Business Class seats are set out in a 2 x 2 x 2 formation. Each seat has 190 cm of pitch and reclines 180 degrees flat into a bed. Each seat comes fitted with a personal television monitor, power supply for charging personal electronic devices and a reading lamp. 


First Class

Air Nambia doesn't have a First Class cabin. If wanting to upgrade from Economy Class, passengers can choose a Business Class seat.


In-flight Meals

Economy Class: opportunity to order food and drink from the airline's in-flight menu. Food and drink is complementary on some flights, but may not be on short-haul and domestic flights.

Business Class: In-flight, passengers can order complimentary food and drink from the airline's marvellous in-flight menu.

Special Meals

Air Namibia offers the following special meals: Kosher, Halaal, Hindu, oriental, sea-food, diabetic, vegetarian, infant or baby food.

All special meal requests must be made at the time of booking (or at least 72 hours before scheduled departure) - more information on how to do that can be found here, or by contacting our customer service team.


In-flight Entertainment

Air Namibia upgraded its long-haul product in 2012. All passengers, including Economy passengers, can enjoy personal video screens providing video and audio on-demand. Passengers can choose from the latest blockbusters, classic films, or popular TV.


WiFi is not currently available on Air Namibia flights.


Seat Selection

Alternative Airlines provides seat selection on Air Namibia flights. Passengers are able to browse available seats and pre-book their seats at the time of booking. Ticket fare rules apply.



Frequent Flyer Program


Air Namibia has a Frequent Flyer Program called 'Reward$'. Reward miles can be collected on domestic, regional and international flights operated by Air Namibia.

Earned miles can then be redeemed and exchanged for free flight tickets and can also be used to upgrade from economy to business class cabins and gain extra baggage allowance. There are three levels of membership depending on miles flown: Silver, Gold, and Platinum.

Collecting Reward$ Miles

When you book Air Namibia tickets through Alternative Airlines, you can collect Reward$ miles, just select 'Reward$' as your chosen frequent flyer program and quote your membership number when making your reservation - you can find out more here.



Codeshare Agreements

Under Air Namibia's codeshare agreements, a flight might be booked with and ticketed by Air Namibia but the actual flight will be operated by another partner airline. The airline has codeshare agreements with the following airlines:




Domestic Destinations

Accurate as of 2019


Katima Mulilo
Mpacha Airport
Lüderitz Airport
Ondangwa Airport
Oranjemund Airport
Rundu Airport
Walvis Bay
Walvis Bay Airport
Hosea Kutako International Airport
Windhoek Eros Airport


International Destinations

Accurate as of 2019


Sir Seretse Khama International Airport
Frankfurt am Main Airport (FRA)
South Africa,
Cape Town
Cape Town International Airport
South Africa,
King Shaka International Airport
South Africa,
O. R. Tambo International Airport
Lusaka International Airport
Robert Mugabe International Airport
Victoria Falls
Victoria Falls Airport


Air Namibia Popular Routes


Cape Town Windhoek


Windhoek Oranjemund


Rundu Windhoek


Windhoek Luderitz


Katimo Windhoek


Windhoek Maun


Air Namibia Fleet

The airline's 2019 fleet consists of the following aircraft:


Airbus A319-100 4 96 16
Airbus A330-200 2 214 30
Embraer ERJ 135ER 4 (+2 ordered) 37 n/a
Embraer ERJ 145ER 4 ordered 50 n/a


Air Namibia Hub Airport

Windhoek Hosea Kutako International Airport

Windhoek Hosea Kutako International Airport is the main international airport serving the Namibian capital city of Windhoek. Air Namibia uses this airport as its main hub. Other airlines which fly to and from Air Botswana, Air Namibia, Airlink, British Airways, Condor, South African Airways and TAAG Angola Airlines. The airport has two runaways and can handle nearly 1 million passengers.


Exterior of Windhoek Hosea Kutako Airport

Image Credit: Wikipedia Commons


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Important Notice

Travelling with children to and from Namibia

In May 2019, the Namibian government released a Media Release with information for travellers about Travelling to and from Namibia with children due to increasing threats and incidents of child trafficking.

Any parents travelling with a child who is 18 years or younger should carry their child's full birth certificate with them. This is in addition to their passport, and not instead of.

A parent that is travelling without their partner, i.e. one parent travelling on their own, must provide consent for the child to travel on their own with the other parent. A death certificate must be provided if the other parent is deceased.

If a child is travelling with an adult who is not their biological parent, they must provide a written statement of consent from the child's parent or legal guardian.

Unaccompanied Minors

A written statement of consent should be provided from the parents or legal guardian that they have approved the child for travel and contact details. In addition, a statement should be provided from the adult who will be meeting the child, along with a residential address, contact details and documents such as identity document or valid passport and visa or permit of permanent residence.


Air Namibia News

9th November 2018

Air Namibia resumes flights to Zimbabwe

After briefly suspending their Harare International and Victoria Falls services in October, Air Namibia has announced the services to Zimbabwe are to recommence. The Harare route will run three times weekly from the 28th October. The Victoria Falls flights will run six times per week.