#Zimbabwe CAA confirms reopening of airports for international flights

FLIGHTS INTO AND OUT OF ZIMBABWE NOW POSSIBLE AGAIN

(Posted 03rd October 2020)

Zimbabwe has reopened its airports for international scheduled flights, for the first time since March 2020.

Initially three airlines are scheduled to resume international flights, Fastjet; Harare to Johannesburg, Ethiopian Airlines; Addis Ababa to Harare and Emirates; Dubai to Harare.

Kenya Airways and RwandAir will both resume flights too this week from Nairobi and Kigali.

More airlines are scheduled to resume their services in the coming weeks.

The Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (CAAZ) Acting Director General Bertha Muzangaza said “We are thrilled to welcome back international passengers for scheduled flights into and from our airports. In ensuring the safety of passengers and staff, we have introduced new health measures such as mandatory temperature screening and sanitization before entering the terminal building. Passengers arriving into Zimbabwe must produce a negative PCR result conducted within 48hours prior to travel. Those showing symptoms of COVID 19 will be tested at the airport as sufficient testing equipment is in place”.

Happy Landings to all as scheduled passenger flights are now a reality again for Zimbabwe.

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