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Air Zimbabwe is the national airline of Zimbabwe and is based at the Harare International Airport.

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Zimbabwe Air flies both regional services from Harare to Victoria Falls, Bulawayo, Johannesburg, Lusaka as well as long haul routes to London, Kuala Lumpur and Beijing.

The Zimbabwean airline flies to many places in Africa and one of "the must-see" is Victoria Falls. This is the greatest tourist attraction in Zimbabwe and the falls are massive at over 1.7km wide and the waters drop over a 100m down into the Zambezi Gorge.

Victoria Falls Airport is situated almost 20km south of the town of Victoria Falls and as well as the regular Air Zimbabwe flights, British Airways franchise carrier, Comair, South African Airways and Air Namibia all operate flights to the airport.

Air Zimbabwe is a wholly government-owned entity and is a member of IATA (International Air Transport Association) and of the African Airlines Association since 1981.

Air Zimbabwe's fleet consists of MA60, B737, B767 and A320.

 


 

Equipaje

 

Domestic Routes

Economy Class - 20kg

Business Class - 30kg

 

Regional Routes

Between Harare / Johannesburg and Harare 40kg in Economy and 50kg in Business Class.

Harare to Lusaka route passengers in Economy are entitled to 20kg in Economy and 30kg in Business Class.

 

Cabin Baggage

The maximum weight is 8kg and each piece must not exceed dimensions of 51cm x 20cm x 28cm.

Passengers are allowed 15kgs of sporting equipment: For example, golf bags over and above the allowed check-in weight.

Other items normally carried in cabin baggage, such as books, medicines in non-liquid form, keys and travel documents, may be carried in the cabin bag, as long as they fit into a bag no larger than 51cm x 20cm x 38cm.

 


 

Programa de viajero frecuente

Air Zimbabwe offers a frequent flyer called Rainbow Club Frequent Flyer Program to reward regular passengers.

Hay tres niveles de membresía:

Qualifier

Skyhigh

Premium

 

Benefits of the Rainbow Club Frequent Flyer Program includes Free Travel Awards, Excess Baggage allowance, Free use of Business Class Lounges and Express Check-in.

 


Mapa de Ruta

Air Zimbabwe Route Map


 

Rutas Populares

 

Bulawayo  Dark grey plane icon  Harare

 

Harare  Dark grey plane icon  Londres

 

Lusaka  Dark grey plane icon  Londres

 

Narobi  Dark grey plane icon  Harare

 

Harare  Dark grey plane icon  Lilongwe 

 

Dubai Dark grey plane icon  Harare

 


Fleet

Front facing plane icon

Airbus A320- 200

MIA-60

Boeing 737-200

Boeing 767-200 ER

 


Aeropuerto Principal

Harare International Airport

Air Zimbabwe’s hub is Harare International Airport. It is the largest airport in the country and serves as the base of Air Zimbabwe. The Airport is operated by the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe.

The airport has one runaway and airlines which use Harare International Airport include Air Botswana, Air Namibia, EgyptAir, Malawian Airlines, Proflight Zambia , Mango Airlines and South African Airways. 

 

Harare International Airport

 

 

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Notícias

11 abril 2018

Zimbabwe Airlines Purchase Boeing planes

The Zimbabwean airline has bought two Boeing 777 aircraft and an Embraer plane from Malaysia, the finance minister has declared. Apparently, the planes are to be leased to a new local airline until national carrier Air Zimbabwe returns to profitability. Patrick Chinamasa said Harare had agreed with an unidentified Malaysian firm to buy four Boeing 777 planes for $70 million but had so far paid for two. The new planes are owned by a state-owned special purpose vehicle called Zimbabwe Aviation Leasing Company. The new local carrier is called Zimbabwe Airways and is speculated to be a better alternative than to contnue suporting the loss-making Air Zimbabwe, referring to it as a "bottomless pitt".