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British Airways Resume Zimbabwe - South Africa Flights

2 years agoSun, 16 May 2021 16:01:29 GMT
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British Airways Resume Zimbabwe - South Africa Flights

The British Airways operated by Comair in South Africa has resumed flights between Johannesburg and Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) has said.

ZTA head of corporate affairs Mr Godfrey Koti told The Sunday News that they were excited over the resumption of British Airways flights a development which he said showed confidence in Zimbabwe as a tourism destination. Mr Koti said:

_We are obviously elated with this news. We’re also quite happy with the growth that has come in leaps and bounds in terms of domestic tourism during the Covid-19 pandemic induced International travel break. We have seen a healthy growth within our borders owing to a campaign coined ZimBho which we have been aggressively pursuing in an attempt to increase local travel. The resumption of Comair is an attestation of the confidence that the market has in destination Zimbabwe._

_We have also taken it upon ourselves as a destination to step up the enforcement of compliance to the World Health Organisation approved Covid-19 prevention protocols and guidelines._

In an earlier statement, Comair Limited said they were resuming full-service airline and opening bookings for flights between Johannesburg and Victoria Falls for travel in May. Read the statement:

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_British Airways (operated by Comair), South Africa’s leading premium full-service airline, has announced the reopening of bookings for flights between Johannesburg and Victoria Falls for travel starting on 13 May 2021. As part of the airline’s ramp up it will operate two flights between Johannesburg and Victoria Falls for the duration of May, which will be on a Thursday and Sunday. Thereafter from 1 June 2021, customers can expect to have daily flights to and from the popular tourist destination._

The airline resumed bookings for their services to Harare as part of their gradual ramp-up schedule in March this year after they had suspended the flight in March 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

More: Pindula News; The Sunday News



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