Namibia: Stranded European Tourists Being Flown Home

The Lufthansa group this week operated six repatriation flights to Windhoek to accommodate more than 1 500 stranded tourists from Germany and Europe who wanted to return home.

The group’s general manager for southern Africa, Andre Schulz, announced this yesterday.

“This week Lufthansa is operating 6 repatriation flights to Windhoek in order to fly more than 1 500 stranded German/European tourists back home to their families and friends,” Schulz said.

The Lufthansa group, in a statement issued on…

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