FastJet has announced that it will recommence domestic flights Monday after the Government eased restrictions on physical distancing onboard flights.
In a statement, the budget airline said flights between Harare and Bulawayo would operate every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, starting on Monday next week.
It also said flights between Harare and Victoria Falls would operate every Thursday and Sunday, starting October 1.
“International flights between Zimbabwe and South Africa are planned to start as from October 1, 2020 subject to the lifting of travel restrictions by the South African authorities,” the statement read in part.
“On resuming services, the airline will be operating its flights on a reduced frequency and will be reviewing their programmes in line with customer demand.”
Before the lockdown, fastjet used to fly three major cities in Zimbabwe which are Harare-Victoria Falls and Harare-Bulawayo. Internationally, the airline offered flights from Harare via Bulawayo to Johannesburg in South Africa.