Harare, Zimbabwe: Fastjet Zimbabwe introduces two new direct routes to its expanding network.
The airline’s network will now include a new international schedule from Victoria Falls to Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport (KMIA), Nelspruit, South Africa and a return direct domestic flight from Bulawayo to Victoria Falls.
Effective Monday 06 July 2020, the new route schedules, will increase the total weekly flights operated by the airline to 138 flights across the network.
The Victoria Falls to Kruger Mpumalanga flights are available for sale from Wednesday, 29 January 2020. The Bulawayo to Victoria Falls flights will be available for sale from Monday, 03 February 2020.
Victoria Falls to Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport – KMIA (Nelspruit), return
- FN 8801 Victoria Falls (VFA) to Kruger Mpumalanga (MQP) depart 11:20 & arrive 13:05
- FN 8802 Kruger Mpumalanga (MQP) to Victoria Falls (VFA) depart 13:35 & arrive 15:15
- The total flying time for this route is approximately 1 hour 45 minutes.
- Day of week schedule, Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday (only)
Bulawayo to Victoria Falls, return
- FN 8671 Bulawayo (BUQ) to Victoria Falls (VFA) depart 11:05 & arrive 12:05
- FN 8672 Victoria Falls (VFA) to Bulawayo (BUQ) depart 15:50 & arrive 16:50
- The total flying time for this route is 1 hour (60minutes).
- Day of week schedule, Monday, Wednesday and Friday (only)
Note: All times are recorded as local (GMT+02)
The new routes will complement the airlines’ convenient daily return services from Harare & Bulawayo to Johannesburg and Harare to Bulawayo & Victoria Falls, connecting local and international travellers on days suitable for both business and leisure travellers.
The Airlines CEO, Mr Joao Sousa, stated “We are committed to connecting communities, especially those in search of travel adventures and experiences. The new Victoria Falls to Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport schedule will leave travellers in awe of one scenic splendour to another. With our new routes, we are delighted to be supporting tourism, an important sector of the Zimbabwean economy, and to be giving our industry partners in South Africa and Zimbabwe more choices”.