Emerald Airlines (Zimbabwe) is a startup Zimbabwean airline. The carrier was founded in 2017 and, as of 2020, has yet to commence flights. Currently, the airline is in the process of securing its AOC from the Zimbabwean Ministry of Transport.
Emerald Airlines (Zimbabwe) will offer domestic and regional flights from its hub at Robert Gabriel Mugabe International (HRE), in Zimbabwe.
The airline is expected to receive 50 seater jets, ready to use once the airline has launched. The make and model of these aircraft unknown.
Note: Emerald Airlines (Zimbabwe) is not to be confused with Emerald Airlines Ireland, which is also a startup airline but is based in Ireland.
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Baggage allowance policies are yet to be announced so keep checking back for any updates.
This information has yet to be announced.
The airline has yet to publish check-in baggage allowance.
As specific details of this airline are yet to be announced, such as what classes they will offer and on what aircraft, there is currently no information about class specifics. Please check back here soon as class information for Emerald Airlines will be updated when it is announced.
The airline has yet to make a statement regarding check-in times. In most instances, passengers are advised to arrive as early as possible, with 2 hours being the usual recommended check-in time.
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Robert Gabriel Mugabe International, previously knowns as Harare International Airport is the main and largest airport in Zimbabwe and the current hub for Air Zimbabwe, FastJet Zimbabwe and will be the future hub of Emerald Airlines.
The airport opened in 1957 and has traditionally only been served by African carriers, due to the lack of tourism in Zimbabwe. Currently, the only non-African airlines to serve the airport are British Airways and Emirates.
Robert Gabriel Mugabe International was named Harare International Airport up until 2017 when the airport was renamed after former president Robert Mugabe.