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J.M. Nkomo International Airport

Gateway to Zimbabwe’s second largest city

 Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo International Airport was established in 1959 then known as Bulawayo Airport. It is located in the second largest city of Zimbabwe, 25 km to the north of the City of Kings and Queens- Bulawayo. The airport is the gateway to world heritage sites Khami Ruins (ancient architecture) and Matobo Hills (bold beads). Bulawayo is a cultural city and plays host to a number of cultural festivals such as the Intwasa, The Bulawayo Metropolitan has a population of over 1, 5 million people. JM Nkomo Airport is the 2nd largest airport in Zimbabwe. It boosts of 2 runways which are 2,588 meters long by 45metres wide and 1,347 metres by 30 metres wide capable of handling wide bodied aircraft such as the Boeing 767. The new JM Nkomo International Airport terminal building handles 1.2 million passengers per annum.




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