Fate Of Air Namibia Hangs In The Balance

Air Namibia A330-200
Credit: Rob Finlayson
The future of Namibia’s flag-carrier is uncertain after the country’s finance minister described its debts as “unsustainable.” The state-owned airline has been perennially unprofitable. Matters have come to a head following the COVID-19 pandemic, which eviscerated demand, and a long-running court...

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