(Last Updated on March 18, 2021 by GERALD NCUBE)
HARARE – Commercial airline, Fastjet has announced the resumption of flights between Victoria Falls and Johannesburg following a long halt due to the low demand resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The airline said it will fly between the two cities three times a week.
“Fastjet Zimbabwe is pleased to announce the recommencement of flights between Victoria Falls International Airport and OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg from Tuesday 16 March 2021,” said the airline.
“The flights will operate thrice-weekly between the two cities. We are pleased to return to this route following our temporary interruption of service on the route due to drop in demand for leisure travel linked to the global pandemic,” read the statement.
Fastjet has over the years grown to command a significant share of the domestic and regional market.
For the last four years, it has been voted as the leading African low-cost carrier World Travel.