Air Namibia will lease two new Airbus A330-200s from US lessor Intrepid Aviation, replacing two Airbus A340s, which are due to leave its fleet in October. Windhoek-based Air Namibia has inked a 12-year lease on the A330s, which are scheduled for delivery in September and November. “It has been estimated that with the introduction of the two A330-200 aircraft, Air Namibia will realize a savings of up to … N$510 million ($51 million) over 60 months on operating costs alone ...

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