Flights to Windhoek
South African Airways offers the convenience of direct flights to Windhoek. Namibia’s capital city is the social, economic, political and cultural centre of the country – ironically, it is also almost exactly the countries geographical centre. Due to its proximity to the main airport, Windhoek is an important feature of Namibian tourism and the metropolitan is often the starting point for travel in Namibia.
The locals are an eclectic blend of cultures that have evolved with the historical, social and political landscape of the country. The skyline has evolved to express modern Africanism through the addition of contemporary high-rise buildings alongside the historical architecture of yesteryear.
Hosea Kutako International Airport is located roughly 45km from the urban centre. The hub is served by various transport networks including taxis and buses. Car hire and shuttle facilities are also available at the airport.
SAA flies between Windhoek and Johannesburg 13 times a week and you can rest assured that these flights deliver excellent turnaround times and exceptional world-class facilities.
Venture into Windhoek and experience the fantastic food scene, remarkable nightlife, colourful craft markets, museums and the epic outdoor activities in a city that basically has it all. A key feature of the city is the top-quality brewing that the city is known for – a legacy of its historical trajectory.
So, whether it be for business or leisure, make sure Windhoek is on your list of places to visit. For other spectacular destinations in South Africa and the world, or for more information about Windhoek, visit our destinations page.
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Flights from Windhoek to
Johannesburg (OR Tambo), South Africa
Cape Town, South Africa
Durban, South Africa