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Air Zimbabwe to resume operationsBy ATTA®
Air Zimbabwe announced the resumption of domestic and regional flight operations with effect from September 23 and October 3, 2020 respectively.
The domestic flight schedule features Harare/Bulawayo/Victoria Falls/Harare every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The regional Harare/Dar es Salaam/Harare schedule will initially operate every Tuesday and Saturday with an additional frequency expected towards the end of the year.
The Airline still awaits confirmation of the opening of South African airspace and airports, whereafter dates for resumption of flights into Johannesburg will be announced.
Sales offices are now open for bookings and ticketing. Clients are encouraged to follow Covid-19 prevention protocols whenever they visit the Sales Offices.
Air Zimbabwe will publish guidelines issued by the Ministry of Health and Child Care, World Health Organization and IATA for air travel from time to time. At the moment these guidelines include personal masking up, sanitizing, washing hands, temperature checks as well as disinfection of aircraft before boarding and after disembarkation of passengers.
The airline will continue to review its business focus in line with market trends.