Low-cost carrier Fastjet (Zimbabwe) has announced that it will postpone the launch scheduled operations between Victoria Falls International Airport (VFA) in Victoria Falls and Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport (MQP)* in Nelspruit, South Africa, until next year. The airline initially planed to commence flights to Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport (MQP), which is located about 30km from Nelspruit and about 40hm from Kruger National Park’s Numbi Gate, on 06 July 2020. Fastjet (Zimbawbe) also made public that it will postpone domestic flights between Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo International Airport (BUQ) in Bulawayo and Victoria Falls, also intitially planed to commence on 06 July 2020, until further notice. The airline names the decline in demand and the likelihood of the coronavirus pandemic resurging and persisting well into 2021 as the main reasons for the change of plans. Costumers who have already made valid bookings are advised to contact Fastjet (Zimbabwe) for further assistance.
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