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About Zimbabwe Airways

Zimbabwe Airways is a new airline that will begin servicing passengers in the upcoming months. It has recently submitted its flight plan and is in the final stages of paperwork. It currently has two Boeing B772 aircraft in its fleet. 

 


News

11th April 2018

Air Zimbabwe buys Boeing planes

Zimbabwe has bought two Boeing 777 aircraft and an Embraer plane from Malaysia, the finance minister has declared. Apparently, the planes are to be leased to a new local airline until national carrier Air Zimbabwe returns to profitability. Patrick Chinamasa said Harare had agreed with an unidentified Malaysian firm to buy four Boeing 777 planes for $70 million but had so far paid for two. The new planes are owned by a state-owned special purpose vehicle called Zimbabwe Aviation Leasing Company. The new local carrier is called Zimbabwe Airways and is speculated to be a better alternative than to continue supporting the loss-making Air Zimbabwe, referring to it as a "bottomless pitt"

 

 

 


 

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