Info & Service - Airport Info
Hosea Kutako International Airport - Windhoek
Windhoek's HOSEA KUTAKO International Airport situated 45 km east of Windhoek: Is Airnamibia's base of operation for domestice, regional and international flight and acts our Hub.
HKI has one terminal which provides facilities for travelers such as a bank, post office, international telephone call and fax facility, a restaurant and bar, and a duty-free shop,car rentals,shops, taxis and buses during airport hours.
Shuttles, taxis and car rental agencies provide transportation to the city centre from HKI Airport. Journey time is 30 minutes.
Eros Airport - Windhoek
Windhoek also has a smaller airport, the Eros Municipal Airport, which is the operational base for some of Air Namibia's domestic flights (Ongangwa, Katima Mulilo and Rundu). It is located 5 km south of the Windhoek city centre. The distance between Hosea Kutako International Airport and Eros Airport is 45 km. Taxis and shuttles, as well as Car rentals are readily available. A Restaurant is available during airport hours.
The airport is located 13kms South West of Frankfurt am Main. Air Namibia check-in counters are at Frankfurt Airport Terminal 2. Check-ins Counters will occupy desks 916 - 920, Hall E.
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