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FlyNamibia will adopt Airlink’s “4Z” International Air Transport Association (IATA) designator for its ticket sales and scheduled flights under a commercial franchise agreement. Although it will continue to operate under its own commercial risk.

Namibia’s only scheduled carrier will retain its own corporate identity, brand, and aircraft livery.

According to an announcement made at a news conference in Windhoek on September 28, 2022. FlyNamibia’s inventory will be promoted on Airlink’s reservation system and through its international codeshare partnerships and the changes will come into effect as soon as practicable.

Airlink and FlyNamibia will also optimise their schedules to provide the most convenient connections between their respective flights and with long-haul intercontinental flights provided by Airlink’s other commercial partners, which include more than 20 of the world’s leading global airlines.

Qantas will operate the only direct service from Perth to Johannesburg, South Africa from November 1, 2022.

Currently, people going to Johannesburg from Perth currently have to fly on Qantas via Sydney or via the Middle East. The new flights will cut more than six hours from the fastest current travel time.

United Airlines will operate a non-stop flight between Washington Dulles Airport and Cape Town International Airport. With this route, United will be the first airline to offer non-stop, round-trip service between Washington DC and Cape Town. The first flight will take off on November 18, 2022, and there will be three flights every week after that.

Air Mauritius is set to resume non-stop flights from Cape Town to Mauritius from November 16 this year.