Namibian capital Windhoek becomes Munich Airport’s latest destination

Namibian capital Windhoek becomes Munich Airport’s latest destination

July 19, 2016: Munich Airport passengers can now profit from three new connections to Tehran, Riyadh and Windhoek.

Lufthansa is now flying to Tehran, the capital of Iran, three times a week with the airbus A330.

The new Saudia connection to Riyadh is especially interesting for business travelers. The airbus 320 departs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays non-stop from Munich to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

On Thursdays and Sundays, Saudia flies to Riyadh via Jeddah. The return flight is on the same weekdays.

Condor is now flying to the Namibian capital Windhoek once a week. The Boeing 757-300 departs every Wednesday at 10.00 pm and returns on Wednesday at 6.55 pm local time.

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