Fastjet granted Air Operator Certificate in ZimbabweStaff writer ▼ | October 9, 2015
Fastjet was granted an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) by the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (CAAZ).
Africa $20 exclusive of taxes for a one way flight
Fastjet Zimbabwe obtained its Air Service Licence in March 2015 and has since been working with CAAZ to obtain the AOC, which was granted yesterday. The process involved an in depth review of fastjet Zimbabwe’s safety management system, operational manuals and structures, its senior staff, its fleet, maintenance facilities and technical capability.
The government will now designate fastjet Zimbabwe as a Zimbabwean airline on international routes to a number of East and Southern African countries.
Fastjet Zimbabwe plans to expand rapidly, creating a comprehensive network of domestic and regional destinations.
Seats are on sale from yesterday, October 7, for the first fastjet Zimbabwe route, linking Harare to Victoria Falls initially three times a week. Fares start at $20 exclusive of taxes for a one way flight. ■