FlyWestair celebrated the addition of its scheduled Wednesday flight to Ondangwa by taking six children from a local charity on their first-ever flight. The children from the Windhoek-based S.P.E.S. Charity, embarked on an exciting day on board a flight where they got to meet the pilots, see the flight deck, and enjoy the views from high in the sky.
The initiative formed part of FlyWestair’s continued commitment to Namibia and the Namibian people. As a proudly Namibian airline, FlyWestair takes its promise to enrich the lives of local communities and serve Namibians seriously.
S.P.E.S Charity is a non-profit organisation whose main purpose is serving the less fortunate children and youth in Namibia by helping them step out of poverty through encouragement, education and support. Learnmoreatwww.spescharity.com.
The newly introduced Wednesday flight takes the total number of flights between Windhoek (Eros Airport) and Ondangwa (Andimba Toivo Ya Toivo Airport) to five per week, with flights taking off on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday. In addition, FlyWestair also offers scheduled flights from Windhoek (Hosea Kutako International Airport) to Cape Town (Cape Town International Airport) weekly on Fridays and Mondays.
FlyWestair flights can be booked through all major travel agencies, or online through the Westair reservations office.