The Namibia Airports Company (NAC), a State Owned Enterprise, was established in line with the Airports Company Act, Act 25 of 1998. It commenced operations in February 1999.
The NAC owns and manages eight (8) airports with Hosea Kutako International Airports being the International Airport.
As part of the company’s strategic plan, future projects are envisaged to develop and/or upgrade infrastructures and facilities in order to increase airport capacity and the variety and quality of service.
To be a world-class service provider in airport operations and management.
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