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Mack Air Flights Booking Botswana

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Search, compare and do cheap Mack Air online booking in Botswana. Mac Air is a charter airline that runs one scheduled flight as well as medical evacuation and serves a big range of charter tourist popular destinations within Botswana and Southern African area out of its hub base, Maun International Airport. Do cheap Mack Air flights booking online now and save time and money.

Mack Air Online Booking FAQs

Mack Air tickets booking popular destinations

As of November 2020, the airline is looking to have 3 scheduled flights to Namibia, Zimbabwe and 1 within Botswana. These Mack Air flights booking destinations will contain Maun, Gaborone, Maun, Kasane, and Windhoek -Victoria falls. The airline presently has charter flights within Botswana and the Okavango Delta.


When passengers arrive at the airport terminal, they will hand in their boarding pass. It may take a few minutes for you to get checked in. The airline advise passengers to arrive at least forty-five minutes prior to their scheduled departure time. The airline crew from there will be on hand to help in the check-in and boarding process.

Baggage allowance

The Mack Air airlines baggage contains all carry-ons, soft bags, notebook bags, purses and other items. All baggage must be weighted.

Fleet information

As of November 2020, the airline runs a fleet of twenty-three aircraft

•    18 x Cessna 208 Grand Caravan EX (14 passengers per aircraft)
•    2 x Cessna Citation M2(6 passengers per aircraft)
•    3 x GippsAero GA8 Airvan (8 passengers per aircraft)
•    1 x Cessna 210 Centurion (6 passengers per aircraft)

Mack Air Flights Booking Botswana Tips

Mack Air airlines will begin operating one regularly scheduled flight from Botswana to Namibia and would love to also provide flights to and from Zimbabwe in 2021 to seamlessly link the safari. The airline provides many charter flights within Botswana transporting safari lovers in and around the Okavango Delta. Overall, the airline has a fleet of twenty-three aircraft ranging from GippsAeros and Cessnas that can in total carry 288 passengers at one time.