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Air Zimbabwe Restarted Domestic Flights

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Air Zimbabwe resumes domestic flights today, initially between Harare, Bulawayo and Victoria Falls, after a long break from January last year due to operational challenges and the clampdown on intercity movement under the Covid-19 lockdowns.

Zimbabwean Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Felix Mhona yesterday tweeted: “Our wings are back in the skies as we seek to promote domestic and international tourism as well as facilitating trade.” Trade and re-engagement have been identified as critical ingredients for economic transformation by the Second Republic led by President Mnangagwa.

Some people responded to Minister Mhona’s tweet by praising the Government “for the great work in restoring our national pride”, while others asked for the introduction of flights that link other cities such as Mutare, Gweru, Masvingo.

In an interview yesterday, Air Zimbabwe spokesperson Ms Firstme Vitori said: “We are pleased to announce the resumption of domestic flights as a triangle Harare-Bulawayo-Victoria Falls initially, four times a week every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.”

Mshana Iddihttps://theaviator.co.ug/
Iddi Mshana Journalist - With a Bachelor Degree in Tourism, Iddi has a combined appetite of tourism and aviation. His diverse knowledge and experience of more than 6 years adds an exciting depth to his work. Currently, pursing Commercial Pilot Licence with IR & ME at EACAA Soroti Uganda.

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