By Business Reporter
WESTAIR Aviation (Pty) Ltd and the Namibian Chamber of Environment (NCE) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU), in terms of which the aircraft company will make available four-seater Cessna C182 aircraft to the NCE and its members, in support of wildlife protection and conservation in Namibia.
The NCE has a membership of over 50 environmental non-governmental organisations (NGOs), all of whom are eligible to use the aircraft and benefit from this extremely generous donation.
The aircraft will boost the country’s conservation efforts, and will be used for aerial wildlife surveys, environmental monitoring and research, surveillance and anti-poaching activities, and any other similar work to promote conservation, law enforcement and the protection of natural resources and Namibia’s environment.
Members of the NCE can book the aircraft by contacting the organisation’s office.
Westair will also cover all the line maintenance on the aircraft. Welwitschia Insurance Brokers and Specialised Risk Management (SRM) Ltd have kindly sponsored the insurance of the aircraft.
The NCE and its members are extremely grateful to Westair for their very generous support to the conservation sector, and also to Welwitschia and SRM. If a member of the NCE needs aerial support, but does not have a pilot, Westair will help find an experienced pilot, who will volunteer their time to fly the Cessna aircraft, as a contribution to conservation.
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