|Base / Main Hub||Harare International (HRE / FVHA)|
|Fleet Size||8 Aircraft|
|Average Fleet Age 1||25.5 Years|
Is Air Zimbabwe safe?
Air Zimbabwe is an IOSA (IATA Operational Safety Audits) certified and registered operator. IOSA is an audit of the airline that ensures operations are conducted in a safe and secure environment.
What happened to Zimbabwe Airways?
Zimbabwe Airways (Private) Limited (operating as Zimbabwe Airways) (IATA: 8Z, ICAO: ZIB), was a government-owned airline in Zimbabwe. In 2018, the government dropped the plan to launch this airline.
How many airplanes do airlines have?
In 2019, the U.S. commercial aircraft inventory included 7,381 aircraft, up from 7,356 aircraft in 2018 (+25/+0.3%). The 2019 inventory consisted of 4,042 narrow-body jets (54.8%), 1,657 regional jets (22.4%), and 1,232 wide-body jets (16.7%).
Who is the CEO of Air Zimbabwe?
How much is Air Zimbabwe from Harare to Johannesburg?
|ROUTE||ONE WAY FARE ECONOMY||RETURN FARE ECONOMY|
|HARARE TO JOHANNESBURG||FROM USD165.00||FROM USD290.00|
|BULAWAYO TO JOHANNESBURG||FROM USD165.00||FROM USD290.00|
|VICTORIA FALLS TO JOHANNESBURG||FROM USD165.00||FROM USD290.00|
|JOHANNESBURG TO HARARE||FROM USD155.00||FROM USD290.00|
Does Air Zimbabwe fly to London?
22 Jun 2016. Air Zimbabwe has made their plans to resume London flights public.