Air Namibia will require at least N$193 million to restart operations after months of huge losses and the grounding of commercial passenger flights due to the Covid-19 outbreak. The New Era newspaper reports that in its proposal submitted to government, the national airline management is asking a N$193 million bailout to help repay debt and resume operations after the lifting of Covid-19 travel bans. The airline management said its major objectives include optimally utilising the six aircraft, comprising two A319 Airbus planes as well as four Embraer ERJ 135 jets.