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J.M. Nkomo International Airport

 Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo Airport is located 20 kilometres east of Bulawayo, the second largest city in Zimbabwe. Renamed after one of the founders of Zimbabwe Dr J M Nkomo, the airport is the gateway to the City of Kings and Queens as well as to world heritage sites Khami Ruins (ancient architecture) and Matobo Hills (bold beads). It also caters for regional traffic.

The runway is 2588 metres long and 45 metres wide and can accommodate B767 aircraft or equivalent. The new terminal building was commissioned on the 22nd of December 2013 by H.E. the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, Cde. R.G. Mugabe. The terminal building can handle 500 arriving and departing passengers during peak periods.

The airport operates 24 hours per day. It offers aircraft parking, cargo and passenger handling, weather information, banking, restaurants and refuelling services.




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