Hire a private jet to Namibia

Flying to Namibia, a country in southwestern Africa, promises an extraordinary adventure filled with breathtaking landscapes, rich wildlife, and a vibrant cultural tapestry. Namibia is renowned for its diverse natural wonders, including the towering red sand dunes of the Namib Desert, the dramatic Fish River Canyon, and the wildlife-rich Etosha National Park. As you soar into the vast skies, you'll embark on an immersive journey into a land of striking contrasts, where you can encounter majestic elephants, witness the captivating traditional lifestyles of indigenous communities, and marvel at the striking beauty of the Skeleton Coast. Whether you seek thrilling safaris, captivating outdoor activities, or a deeper connection with nature, Namibia offers a unique and unforgettable experience that will leave you with memories to cherish for a lifetime.

How can you hire a private jet in Namibia?

At LunaJets, we stand to our pillars; simple, fast and reliable and will ensure the best travel for you and your loved ones. With our long-standing history and being the market leader in this sector, we have an extensive fleet of 4800 aircraft. Moreover, we will adapt to any of your needs, whether a cargo charter a group charter or a last-minute charter.

We invite you to download our new LunaJets App and follow the steps for your dream charter.

The advantages of the App are:

  • Book a flight anytime and anywhere

  • Store manage and retrieve documents

  • You will have geolocation with directions to the respective airports

  • Compare all the pricing options online

  • Compare the aircraft and their features

  • Maintain informed thanks to live updates

If you prefer contacting us the old-school way, call any of our aviation advisors today and get the best private jet charter option.

Some of the advantages of charter flights are:

  • You get to choose your own schedule, with no delays or long queues

  • You get to choose your route, with no annoying layovers

  • The flight is tailormade to all your preferences (be it dietary, additional luggage etc)

What are the best cities to visit by private jet in Namibia


dramatic sunset in windhoek
Visit Windhoek

Travelling to Windhoek, the capital city of Namibia, offers a captivating blend of African charm and European influence. With its welcoming atmosphere, vibrant markets, and fascinating cultural heritage, Windhoek is a city worth exploring. For those seeking a luxurious stay, The Olive Exclusive is an exceptional choice. This world-class boutique hotel provides elegant accommodations, personalized service, and a tranquil atmosphere to unwind after a day of exploration. To further elevate your culinary experience, a visit to The Stellenbosch Wine Bar and Bistro is a must. Known for its exquisite cuisine and extensive wine selection, this top restaurant offers a fusion of African and international flavours that will delight the senses. Whether you're drawn to the city's history, local markets, or simply the warm hospitality, Windhoek promises an unforgettable journey in the heart of Namibia.

Getting there:

Windhoek, the capital city of Namibia, is served by two main airports:

  1. Hosea Kutako International Airport (WDH, FYWH), is located approximately 45 kilometres east of Windhoek, Hosea Kutako International Airport is the primary international airport in Namibia. It serves as the main gateway for international flights to and from Windhoek and offers connections to various destinations around the world.

  2. Eros Airport (ERS, FYWE), is situated just a few kilometres south of Windhoek's city centre, Eros Airport is a smaller domestic airport that primarily handles regional flights within Namibia. It serves as a convenient hub for travellers looking to explore other parts of the country or access remote destinations within Namibia.


seashore in Swakopmund
Visit Swakopmund

The coastal town of Swakopmund opens the door to a world of adventure and natural beauty. Nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Namib Desert, Swakopmund offers a unique blend of desert landscapes, pristine beaches, and German colonial architecture. For a truly luxurious experience, indulge in a stay at one of the town's premier hotels, such as The Strand Hotel Swakopmund. This exquisite beachfront property offers opulent accommodations, stunning ocean views, and world-class amenities, ensuring a memorable stay. Enhancing your culinary journey, The Tug Restaurant is a must-visit. Situated in a converted tugboat on the beach, this top-rated restaurant serves up delectable seafood dishes and tantalizing flavours, accompanied by breathtaking views of the ocean. Whether you seek thrilling outdoor activities like dune boarding or a serene seaside retreat, Swakopmund promises an unforgettable escape along Namibia's captivating coastline.

Getting there:

Swakopmund, being a coastal town in Namibia, does not have its own airport. However, the town is served by Walvis Bay Airport (WVB, FYWB), which is located approximately 40 kilometres south of Swakopmund. Walvis Bay Airport is the closest airport to Swakopmund and serves as the main entry point for travellers visiting the area. It offers domestic flights to and from various destinations within Namibia, as well as limited international connections. From Walvis Bay Airport, travellers can easily reach Swakopmund by road, which takes around 30 minutes.

The best event where you can fly in by private jet to Namibia

National Art Gallery of Namibia

the National Art Gallery of Namibia
Visit the National Art Gallery of Namibia

The National Art Gallery of Namibia (NAGN) stands as a vibrant and inspiring hub for the arts in the heart of Windhoek. Serving as a prominent cultural institution, the NAGN showcases a diverse range of visual arts, including contemporary and traditional works, by both Namibian and international artists. The gallery's collection encompasses paintings, sculptures, photography, installations, and multimedia pieces that reflect the rich cultural heritage and creative expressions of Namibia. With its dynamic exhibition spaces, the NAGN provides a platform for artists to share their stories, challenge societal norms, and ignite conversations. Beyond exhibitions, the gallery hosts workshops, educational programs, and cultural events to engage the public and foster artistic dialogue. As visitors wander through the halls of the National Art Gallery of Namibia, they are immersed in a world of creativity and imagination, where art becomes a powerful medium for exploring identity, history, and the beauty of Namibian culture.

Getting there:

The closest airport to The National Art Gallery of Namibia in Windhoek is Hosea Kutako International Airport (WDH, FYWH).

Frequently Asked Questions

Are there any restrictions on flying to Namibia?

Feel free to ask our business aviation advisors for help. It is important to note that travel restrictions and requirements can vary and may change over time, however, our private aviation team will make sure you have all the necessary documentation.

How many hours is the flight time to Namibia?

From Windhoek to Frankfurt it is about a 10 hours 35 min private flight. From Swakopmund to Cape Town, it takes about 2 hours on a private plane. We can arrange any charter flights you may need.

Which aircraft does LunaJets offer?

LunaJets fleet offers an extensive range of Heavy Jets, Large Jets, Super Midsize Jets and Light Jets. No matter your needs and wants, we have just the right aircraft for you.

When is the best time to visit Namibia?

The best time to visit Namibia largely depends on your preferences and the specific experiences you seek. Namibia has a desert climate with distinct seasons, so it's important to consider factors such as weather, wildlife sightings, and tourist crowds. Get in touch with our aviation advisors today so they can give you a personalized service you depending on your preferences.

What are the closest airports to Windhoek by private jet?

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What is the best airport to travel to and from Windhoek?

Charter a private jet landing in Namibia’s Eros Airport. Servicing the city’s capital, Windhoek, it is the largest airport containing international connections.