A330-200s to cut costs

Air Namibia Managing Director, Theo Namases in front of the sleek A330-200 that made its maiden flight from Toulouse (France) to Frankfurt, Germany last Thursday with journalists and Air Namibia board members.

TOULOUSE, France – Through a new lease agreement with Intrepid Aviation, Air Namibia took delivery of the first of two new Airbus A330-200 aircraft, made in Toulouse, France, which is in line with its strategic cost-reduction measures. With 244 seats each the new A330-200 has 34 less seats compared to the now phased out A340-300…

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