Explore Southern Africa with FastJet Zimbabwe

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Low cost airline, FastJetZimbabwe has resumed flights domestically and regionally to South Africa. Domestic flights between Harare and Bulawayo, are set to operate every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Flights between Harare and Victoria Falls will operate every Thursday and Sunday.

In addition to the domestic routes, FastJet Zimbabwe has resumed  international flights between Harare and Johannesburg with daily flights and fares starting from as low as USD115 one way including taxes and free baggage allowance. What’s more, return flights between Bulawayo and Johannesburg will recommence as from Wednesday 14 October 2020.

Scheduled flights will resume with three times a week frequency, operating on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Flights will depart from Johannesburg OR Tambo International at 16:15 arriving into Bulawayo at 17:35. Flights from Bulawayo will depart at 18:10 arriving at 19:30 into OR Tambo International Airport.

For customers wishing to fly on this route, we are extending promotional fares, just as we have done to other destinations on our network, since resuming flying following the lifting of restrictions.

Promotional fares, available via our website, start from USD100 one way including taxes and free baggage allowance. All promotional fares are subject to availability, so customers are encouraged to book early. Terms and conditions apply.

As customers, stepped onboard, they were each presented with a complimentary Wellbeing Care Travel pack, containing a face mask, hand sanitiser gel and sanitising wipes. This will now become a standard product offering on all domestic and international flights as part of FastJet Zimbabwe’s Fly With Confidence initiative. Along with their Flexible Booking Change policy, that allows unlimited changes without fees or fare differences, FastJet Zimbabwe aims to be a leading customer-centric Zimbabwean air services provider.

All operational and new service norms, are explained on the FastJet Zimbabwe website, on the new “Fly with Confidence“ page.

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