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After signing the deal on Tuesday, the Kenya Airways Chief Operating Officer, Mr Mbuvi Ngunze and the Air Namibia Managing Director Ms. Theo M. Namases hailed this new partnership as a huge boost to improving connectivity within Africa.
“We are excited about this partnership. By facilitating convenient travel for our passengers, this code-share agreement will enable us to make a contribution towards spurring sustainable development in Africa,” Mr Mbuvi Ngunze.
This code-share agreement with Air Namibia brings the number of code-share arrangements that Kenya Airways has signed with other international carriers to 20.
Ms Namases, said: “The industry we operate in is highly competitive and dynamic. Only smart and efficient airlines will survive. Gone are the days of – I can do it alone.”
“As African airlines we need to realize that smart partnerships are the way forward, and the key to sustainability and survival,” she added.
Namibia is one of the most stable democracies and economies in Africa with a GDP per capita of USD 7800.
It currently benefits from large investment projects in its mining industry, a key driver in the country’s economy.
The new code-share services between Air Namibia and Kenya Airwayswent on sale on the June 20,2013.