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KLM to Commence Scheduled Service to Namibia

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will from 30 October, 2016 expand its scheduled service in Africa to include Windhoek, Namibia with a linked service from Luanda, Angola.

The flights to Luanda and Windhoek will be operated using Airbus 330-200 equipment, offering 243 seats. Flight KL0575 will depart on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 22:45 hours from Amsterdam and arrive the next day in Luanda at 07:30 hours (local time).

At 08:45 hours (local time) it will continue on to Windhoek arriving at 12:15 hours (local time). The return flight, KL0576, will depart on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Mondays from Windhoek at 17:40 hours (local time) and land in Luanda at 19:15 hours (local time).

From there the flight will depart from Luanda at 20:40 hours (local time) and arrive in Amsterdam the next day at 05:20 hours.

Windhoek is KLM’s 12th destination in Africa. The airline already flies to Luanda, Johannesburg, Cape Town, Nairobi, Kilimanjaro, Dar es Salaam, Entebbe, Kigali, Lagos, Accra and Cairo.

Together with their partners, KLM serves 56 different destinations in Africa.

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