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Air Namibia purchases two 112-seater Airbus aircraft

Air Namibia, the national airline of the Republic of Namibia, has ordered two Airbus A319 aircraft designed to seat 112 passengers in a two-class layout.

Air Namibia already operates two leased A319s on regional routes and two A340-300 aircraft on its international route between Windhoek and Frankfurt in Germany.

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