Flights to Namibia by airlines from the major centers worldwide are limited depending on your location so it might be cheaper to first fly to South Africa and then go by plane or overland.
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If you are flying to Namibia to go on a safari you are in for a glorious treat. To find out what to expect, take a look at the Namibia safari reviews I have compiled from previous Africa travellers.
Air Namibia is the national airline and they fly internationally to places like London and Frankfurt as well as domestically. There are daily links between South Africa and Windhoek also flights twice weekly between Windhoek and Harare, Victoria Falls, Lusaka, Maun and Gaborone.
There are four major airports within the country as named below. Hosea Kutako airport handles most of the international traffic as well as domestic trips.
|Windhoek||Hosea Kutako International|
Namibia is a relatively large country with wide open spaces that contains a comprehensive network of well maintained roads to transport you to most of the safari areas you are likely to visit. The fact that it's so big with vast distances between major centers makes flying domestically an attractive option if you have limited time.
Air Namibia operates regular and reliable flights around the country and there are several charter flight companies such as Scenic Air, Pleasure Flights and Safaris and Sefofane Air.
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