Turkish Airlines Opens New Cargo Route to Namibia

Namibia’s Airports Company (NAC) on Wednesday said Turkish Airlines has commenced scheduled cargo operation once a week on Istanbul-Johannesburg-Windhoek route.

The newly commenced cargo route is operational under the Bilateral Air Service Agreements (BASA) between Namibia and Turkey to promote international commercial air transport services and businesses between the two countries.

NAC’s CEO, Bisey Uirab, also welcomed the Turkish Airline at the country’s flagship airport, Airport Hosea Kutako International Airport (HKIA), amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We are excited to have Turkish Airlines onboard during these tough times and the establishment of this new route will add value to the enhancement of promoting Namibia as the logistic hub,” Serkan Sonmez, Turkish Airlines cargo sales director for Africa said.

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“The Turkish Airlines is looking forward to strengthening the export trade between Turkey and Namibia and believed that we can support the export market with service and expectation they deserve.’’

Airlines now operating at HKIA since September include Air Namibia, Airlink, FlyWestair, Ethiopian Airways, Euro wings and now Turkish Airlines.


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