Wilderness Air aims to provide a safe, efficient and reliable service to passengers. The airline is privileged to fly into some of the most pristine wilderness destinations in the world.
Wilderness Air fleet has about 40 aircraft that include Cessna Grand Caravans (C208 B and EX), C206s, C210s and the GA8 Airvan. Each aircraft has unique performance characteristics which determine its performance and payload carrying ability.
Botswana is Wilderness Air's biggest and busiest operation, servicing over 20 camps and moving approximately 49 000 passengers per annum into and out of some of the most pristine wilderness areas. The base is located at Maun International Airport, adjacent to the terminal building, and is where the daily operations are scheduled from.
Namibia is Wilderness Air's second biggest operation, servicing over 11 camps and moving approximately 14 000 passengers per annum. Namibia is a large country and its key destinations far apart, making air charter an obvious solution for travel. An average sector in Namibia is 300 kilometers long. Longer sectors mean longer flights.
Wilderness Air Zambia is the smallest operation. The base is located in in Livingstone where daily operations are scheduled from. The main focus of the Zambian operations is the linking of guests from Livingstone or Lusaka up into the Kafue National Park.
The base of operation for Wilderness Air Zimbabwe is in Victoria Falls. As per our Botswana operations, Zimbabwe has taken the same principle and sustainability values of Wilderness and operating all flights on a daily scheduled basis.