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Air Zimbabwe re-opens Harare-London ...

April 23, 2010 in Travel News | 889 views  |  No Comments

Air Zimbabwe re-opens Harare-London route

Air Zimbabwe resumes flights between London and Harare on Thursday night – exactly a week after ash clouds from a volcano in Iceland shut down most of Europe’s air space and caused unprecedented disruption. One of Air Zimbabwe’s two Boeing 767s flew out of Harare at lunchtime Wednesday, and a regular Thursday night flight out of Gatwick is scheduled to leave at 11PM – a delay of about five [...]

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Air Zimbabwe resume flights to Euro ...

April 22, 2010 in Airline News | 824 views  |  No Comments

Air Zimbabwe resume flights to Europe

AIR Zimbabwe resumed flights to London yesterday following a temporary freeze on air transportation over much of Europe after ash and dust from a volcanic eruption in Iceland clouded European air space. The national airline’s chief executive Dr Peter Chikumba confirmed resumption of the flights yesterday, bringing relief to more than 800 prospective travellers stranded between Harare and London. “We [...]

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Air Zimbabwe could lost nearly US$1 ...

April 21, 2010 in Airline News | 1,874 views  |  1 Comment

Air Zimbabwe could lost nearly US$1 million …

AIR ZIMBABWE could have lost nearly US$1 million over the past five days following the temporary freeze on air transportation over much of European airspace. About 400 people who wanted to fly to Zimbabwe from London last week were stranded in Britain, while an equal number seeking to travel from Harare to London were stuck in Harare. A cloud of ash and dust that followed the eruption of Mt Eyjafjoell [...]

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