Windhoek-based Air Namibia has taken delivery of its first Airbus A330-200. The aircraft is the first of two A330s being leased from US lessor Intrepid Aviation. The airline’s A330 features a two-class cabin layout seating 244 passengers, which comprises 30 business-class and 214 economy-class seats.   Air Namibia started commercial services with its first Airbus aircraft in 2006 with an A340-300. The airline operates four A319s on regional routes, as well as two A340-300s ...

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