Botswana is the #1 Country to Visit in 2016

The Lonely Planet has ranked Botswana the #1 Country to Visit in 2016. Because of our animals and diverse scenery, the Lonely Planet’s website refers to Botswana as ”wild Africa at its best.”

We couldn’t agree more. BlueSky Airways is proud to call Botswana home and we look forward to ushering many visitors into this beautiful country to see some of God’s most spectacular natural wonders.


The Game of Patience

African Aerospace magazine published an article about BlueSky Airways entitled “Blue Sky plays the game of patience…” which brings readers up to speed with the BlueSky story to this point. The article describes what has delayed BlueSky’s launch and the airline’s plans moving forward.

Please click here to read the full article.

Meet Rorisang

We recently had the opportunity to interview Rorisang Mokgwathise, who works in marketing for BlueSky Airways (BSA).

Would you tell us about your background?

My full name is Rorisang Oautlwa Mokgwathise, and I am 23 years old. I was born and raised here in the beautiful country of Botswana. I recently graduated from the University of Botswana with a degree in Business Administration Marketing.

Marketing and business […]

BlueSky Dove Trust Interview

The Blue Sky Dove Trust has been established in Botswana to provide support for Christian ministries in the Southern African region. We took the opportunity to interview Robert Genheimer, who is the operation manager of the BlueSky Dove Trust.

Let’s start with the BlueSky Dove Trust. Why is the Trust so important to BlueSky Airways’ directors and team?

The desire of all the directors of […]

News Roundup

We would like to wish you a happy start to 2015!

The festive season included some great events for BlueSky and we wanted to update you on some of what we’ve been up to.

Most importantly, we celebrated the birth of our lord Jesus Christ at Christmas, and hope you had meaningful celebrations as well.

We were also honored to be invited to Kenya’s High Commission to […]

Flight Attendants In Training

Six new BlueSky Airways flight attendants are currently attending a world-renowned training center in South Africa.

The training focuses on safety and emergency procedures. Topics include aviation security, aviation medical training, aircraft type-specific training, dangerous goods training, and live fire-fighting training. Water lifesaving is also covered, so in the very rare case of a water landing, BlueSky flight attendants are prepared to ensure passengers’ safety.

Another facet […]