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Namibia Airports Plans Upgrades Over Next Five Years at Cost of US$166.3 Million

posted Jan 30, 2011, 11:05 PM by Elaine Bell
Aviator.aero Daily News - 28 JAN 2011

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Namibia Airports plans upgrades over next five years at Windhoek and Walvis Bay airports enabling all sizes of aircraft including A380s, at cost of US$166.3 million


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