Namibia Airports

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Eros Airport in Windhoek

Eros Airport

Airport in Windhoek

Eros Airport or Windhoek Eros Airport lies 5 km outside Windhoek. One of the busiest airports in the SADC region, Eros is the host to commercial, private, and scheduled traffic ranging from high performance jet aircraft to Cessna 152 trainers. Eros airport also handles all domestic flights to Windhoek - approximately 150 to 200 movements per day.The majority of traffic comes from the general aviation charter market, consisting mainly of the Cessna 210 aircraft, which is the most commonly used aircraft for charter and fly-in safaris in Namibia. Public buses connect Eros to HKIA and to downtown Windhoek.

Hosea Kutako International Airport in Windhoek

Hosea Kutako International Airport

Airport in Windhoek

Situated 45 km east of Windhoek, Hosea Kutako International Airport (HKIA) is Namibia’s only interna­tional airport supporting weekly non-stop flights to Frankfurt, Munich and London-Gat­wick, and daily connections to regional hubs such as Johannesburg and Cape Town. Hosea Kutako also services routes to Luanda, Maun and Victoria Falls. Scheduled International airlines calling at Hosea Kutako are Air Na­mibia, South African Airways, SA Express, Brit­ish Airways – Comair, LTU International, TAAG Angola Airlines and Air Botswana. Public buses connect the airport to the smaller domestic Eros Airport and to Windhoek. Rental car facilities, restaurants and retail shops are located in the terminals.

Katima Mulilo Airport in Katima Mulilo

Katima Mulilo Airport

Airport in Katima Mulilo

Gateway to the tropical Caprivi Strip, Katima Mulilo Airport (also known as Mpacha Airport) is approximately five km outside Katima Mulilo, the capital of the Caprivi. Home to the Big Five, this region attracts numerous visitors to the wildlife parks. The airport is conveniently situated just two hour’s drive from Victoria Falls and about four hours from the Okavango Delta in Botswana. Katima Mulilo airport has reliable fuel services giving rise to many refuelling stops for air traffic from South Africa en route to Central Africa. Customs and Immigration Officers are at the airport. Air Namibia flies between Katima Mulilo Airport and Windhoek.

Keetmanshoop Airport in Keetmanshoop

Keetmanshoop Airport

Airport in Keetmanshoop

Keetmanshoop airport is situated about 5 km outside Keetmanshoop, roughly 500 km south of Windhoek. The Keetmanshoop airport houses the Namibia Aviation Training Academy (NATA). Due to its capacity and good conditions, Keetmanshoop airport has the potential to become an aircraft maintenance centre for Namibia. Keetmanshoop also has customs and immigration services and is able to handle cross border traffic into southern Namibia.

Rundu Airport in Rundu

Rundu Airport

Airport in Rundu

Rundu Airport is situated 5km southwest of the town of Rundu, the capital of the Kavango Region, bordering southern Angola. The vast landscape affords the airport excellent storage facilities for outbound cargo to Angola. The two runways are in excellent condition and fuel facilities are available for smaller aircrafts.Customs and Immigration officers are on call from the Rundu border post. The airport benefits largely from chartered flights by tourists and business travellers, mostly to wildlife parks such as Khaudom, Mahango, Popa Falls and Bushman land.

Walvis Bay Airport in Walvis Bay

Walvis Bay Airport

Airport in Walvis Bay

Walvis Bay Airport is the second largest in Namibia and one of three International airports in Namibia. Situated in the Namib Desert 15km (nine miles) east of Walvis Bay, passengers can enjoy scenic views while taking off or landing. Daily flights are available from Johannesburg and Cape Town (except Saturdays).Getting to Walvis Bay town centre is relatively easy with the airport shuttle bus - bookings should be made in advance. Avis and Budget have car rental kiosks at the airport. Other facilities at Walvis Bay Airport include a restaurant, gift shop, baby room, post box, public telephones, mobile phone rentals and Internet.

Airports near Namibia

*Distances are shown as the crow flies and are not necessarily the actual travelling distance.

Eros Airport in Windhoek

Eros Airport

Airport in Windhoek(33.9 km from Namibia)

Eros Airport or Windhoek Eros Airport lies 5 km outside Windhoek. One of the busiest airports in the SADC region, Eros is the host to commercial, private, and scheduled traffic ranging from high performance jet aircraft to Cessna 152 trainers. Eros airport also handles all domestic flights to Windhoek - approximately 150 to 200 movements per day.The majority of traffic comes from the general aviation charter market, consisting mainly of the Cessna 210 aircraft, which is the most commonly used aircraft for charter and fly-in safaris in Namibia. Public buses connect Eros to HKIA and to downtown Windhoek.

Hosea Kutako International Airport in Windhoek

Hosea Kutako International Airport

Airport in Windhoek(50.5 km from Namibia)

Situated 45 km east of Windhoek, Hosea Kutako International Airport (HKIA) is Namibia’s only interna­tional airport supporting weekly non-stop flights to Frankfurt, Munich and London-Gat­wick, and daily connections to regional hubs such as Johannesburg and Cape Town. Hosea Kutako also services routes to Luanda, Maun and Victoria Falls. Scheduled International airlines calling at Hosea Kutako are Air Na­mibia, South African Airways, SA Express, Brit­ish Airways – Comair, LTU International, TAAG Angola Airlines and Air Botswana. Public buses connect the airport to the smaller domestic Eros Airport and to Windhoek. Rental car facilities, restaurants and retail shops are located in the terminals.