On the 1st of November, at a launch event held at their Eros Airport hangar, Westair Aviation announced that it is rebranding its scheduled passenger airline to FlyNamibia. The event was attended by industry partners and officiated by the Vice President of the Republic of Namibia, Hon. Dr Nangolo Mbumba.

With the launch of the new brand, Westair Aviation hopes to establish a carrier in Namibian and African skies that a nation can be proud of. With an ethos based on the concept of Ubuntu, which is celebrated across the continent, FlyNamibia aims to be a beacon that connects Namibia as a community with the rest of the world, and helps bring the world to Namibia so that we can showcase how unique and truly special we are as a destination.

FlyNamibia will continue operating both regional and international routes, with new destinations on the horizon. These include the regional routes between Eros Airport Windhoek and Ondangwa, Rundu and Katima Mulilo, as well as the international route between Hosea Kutako International Airport and Cape Town International.

In taking on the responsibility to contribute towards the growth and the development of the Namibian economy, Westair Aviation has also launched a Safari schedule under its new brand. This schedule will connect the best that Namibia has to offer to the major tourism destinations in Southern Africa. Starting in April of 2022, Westair Aviation will, under its new brand FlyNamibia, operate a daily schedule between Windhoek, Sossusvlei, Swakopmund and Etosha. FlyNamibia will also operate daily flights between Katima Mulilo and Victoria Falls.