Air Botswana, Botswana’s national carrier is the flagship and pride of Botswana. Today, Air Botswana enjoys a wide and acclaimed reputation – quite disproportionate to its modest size as a model, quality airline. Currently, Air Botswana operates and maintains a fleet of BAE 146 as well as ATR42-500 and ATR72-500 advanced turbo propeller aircrafts which operate daily domestic and regional scheduled flights. Currently, the Airline operates scheduled flights to Johannesburg, Harare, Lusaka, Maun, Kasane and Francistown, including a code-share agreement with Kenya Airways on flights to Nairobi, Kenya.
The airline has however embarked on an ambitious new strategy that will take it into the future and become a force to reckon with regionally and internationally.
Air Botswana is committed to service excellence. From the moment you call into our reservations office, to the time we bid you farewell, you can be assured of the highest standards of service. Our friendly and courteous staff will ensure that you are assisted to your desired needs.
Whenever you choose to fly with Air Botswana, you can be assured of our best service and the accompanying smile to put you well on your way to the many destinations on our route network.
When the republic of Botswana, formerly the British Protectorate of Bechuanaland, emerged as an independent nation on 30 September 1966, few could have imagined that one of the poorest countries in the world would develop so quickly into the African jewel that it is today.
Botswana is rated highly for its democratic traditions and stability, its robust economy, its sound and transparent administration, and its outstanding natural attractions.
And Air Botswana has been part of it all. The national carrier has contributed fully to the phenomenal growth of the country that it serves well, and in so doing has built a wide reputation for quality air services that is quite disproportionate to its modest size.
Civil aviation is a key barometer of national development. A country’s ability to provide reliable air services and to handle air travellers safely and efficiently is essential if it is to take its place as a full member of the international community.
Botswana is such a country. With an eye to the future, it is energetically upgrading its aviation capacity, under the wing of the Civil Aviation Authority of Botswana and with the full backing of Government.
A spacious new terminal and runway extensions at Sir Seretse Khama International Airport firmly reinforces Gaborone’s position as an important regional aviation hub. An all-new airport at Francistown and major airport developments at Maun and Kasane enable these important centres to receive larger aircraft and handle more passengers.
For its part, Air Botswana is committed as the national carrier to continuing to provide world-class services to domestic travellers and to visitors who come in increasing numbers to do business in a vibrant economy, and as tourists to experience the outstanding natural attractions with which Botswana is so richly blessed.
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