Harare, Zimbabwe | The Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (CAAZ) has approved applications and granted Foreign Operator Permits (FOPs) to FlySafair and Cemair airlines.
The FOPs authorize the respective South African registered airlines to operate passenger and cargo operations in and outbound Harare and Victoria Falls.
CAAZ Director General, Dr. Engineer Elijah Chingosho expressed confidence in the government thrust for the aviation sector as a growth strategy towards Vision 2030 in relation to expansion of air connectivity.
“As the aviation Regulator we are fully committed to the growth of the aviation industry, positioning our economy for more trade, investment and tourism. Granting of FOPs to these airlines will provide substantial benefits to the passenger such as fare savings, increased connectivity, more frequencies resulting in greater convenience and time savings”, he said.
Finer details on the commencement date and frequencies of flights will be announced by the respective Airlines in due course.
We wish both Airlines the best of success.
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