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Fastjet relaunched flights from Victoria Falls to JohannesburgBy ATTA®
Fastjet Zimbabwe announced the reintroduction of flights between Victoria Falls, International Airport and Johannesburg, OR Tambo International Airport from Thursday, 03rd of December 2020.
The new flight schedule will operate three times per week between the two cities, on a Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday, departing from Johannesburg OR Tambo International at 11:10 arriving in Victoria Falls at 12:50. The return flight will depart Victoria Falls at 13:20 arriving at 14:55 at OR Tambo International Airport. Flights will be operated on the company’s fifty seater Embraer ERJ145 aircraft.
Ed Berry, Accountable Manager for Fastjet Zimbabwe stated, "We are pleased to be starting this route and to be working closely with Zimbabwe Tourism authorities, travel service providers and the local communities in contributing to build a post COVID-19 strong and resilient tourism sector for Victoria Falls”.
The flight schedule for this route will be on sale from 20 October 2020 with flexible one-way fares on offer from as low as ZAR 1793.00 or USD 110.00 per person including all taxes and free baggage allowance which includes a generous checked baggage allowance of 23kg per piece plus one (1) piece of cabin baggage.
The airline’s fares on offer are subject to availability, so customers are encouraged to book early via www.fastjet.com or a fastjet shops or the airline’s Call Centre. Terms and Conditions apply.
Source: ATC News