Ondangwa Airport is a public airport serving the town of Ondangwa in Namibia. The airport is situated some 5 kilometres northwest of the town centre. It resides at an elevation of 3,599 ft (1,097 m) above mean sea level. It has a runway with an asphalt surface designated 08/26, and measures 9,800 ft x 98 ft (2,987 m x 30 m). The secondary runway measures 1,348 m x 30 m. The airport is owned and operated by Namibia Airports Co. The sole airline using Ondangwa Airport is Air Namibia, which operates flights between Ondangwa and Windhoek, specifically Eros Airport (also called Windhoek Eros Airport). The facilities in the airport include car rental services, re-fuelling services, food & beverage establishments, and parking.
Ondangwa, formerly spelled Ondangua, is a town in the Oshana Region of northern Namibia. It was established in 1890 as a mission station of the Finnish Missionary Society. In 1914, the mission station became a government station. Ondangwa is situated approximately 80 kilometres from the Angolan border. It is the district capital of the Ondangwa electoral constituency. The main attractions of Ondangwa for tourists are the dramatic sceneries of the surrounding landscapes, the nearby Etosha National Park, and the informal markets that offer traditional clothes, local arts and crafts, and local delicacies.