Based in Zimbabwe, Global Africa Aviation was founded in 2014 and is an all-cargo airline based at Harare International Airport. It is also developing a regular schedule of flights to African destinations and has the capacity to operate charter flights around the world. However, at this time it strictly operates only cargo services. The airline is considered to be the successor of the insolvent Avient Aviation.
The airline currently operates two McDonnell Douglas MD-11F.
The McDonnell Douglas MD11: this is a wide-body trijet with a total payload capacity of 94,000 kilograms. The aircraft has 26 main deck pallet positions and 13 lower deck positions, and has a range fully loaded of 5,900 kilometres, with no ETOPS restrictions.
Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport is an international airport in Harare, Zimbabwe and is the hub airport for Global Africa Aviation. The airport is the largest in the country and also serves as the base of Air Zimbabwe and Fastjet Zimbabwe. The airport was built in 1956 and serves a range of airlines, offering both international and domestic flights.
Global Africa Aviation has used Robert Gabriel Mugabe International as its hub since its launched flights in 2014.
The airline currently a cargo service only. Passenger services are not currently available, therefore, the airline doesn't have any branded class tiers.