Zimbabwe Flights and Travel News

 

Air Zimbabwe Domestic flights resumed for Zimbabwe international trade fair (ZITF)

Air Zimbabwe resumed its local flights operations with inauguration of Zimbabwe International Trade fair. This comes as a ray of hope for people who have been disappointed after last year’s continual strikes by the airliner’s staff over salary disputes. Since the suspension of operations, following...

Air Zimbabwe Strike 2011

For those who are desperately anxious to hear good news from the Zimbabwean airline, Air Zimbabwe, that has caused them a mammoth hassle and immense anxiety, we suggest a 3 step stress releasing therapy that can relax their nerves until the issue is resolved. If you are one of those passengers who are...

Air Zimbabwe Hovering in Dismay

The national airline of Zimbabwe is still suspended and is hovering in dismay due to the vigorous strike of pilots. The airline that was considered to be the first priority for traveling to Zimbabwe from the UK is not in operations since July 29, 2011 thus shattering the confidence of many loyal passengers....

Air Zimbabwe Pilot Strike Cancels Thursday’s Flight

The long heaped pilot rage is overshadowing the national airline of Zimbabwe. According to the latest update, Air Zimbabwe has regretfully announced to cancel UM725 that was scheduled to fly from London Gatwick to Harare on this Thursday, August 11, 2011 as the strike is still on. Air Zimbabwe Plane Passengers...

Air Zimbabwe Strike Still Stranded

The besieged airline of Zimbabwe is still at the hands of its crew despite the hope of the critical issue being resolved. The Air Zimbabwe pilot strike has entered its tenth day today on Monday August 08, 2011. Pilots demand their share of US$200,000 each from the airline before returning back to work....

Air Zimbabwe Strike – A Brief History

It seems it’s a tradition for Air Zimbabwe crew to go on a strike at least twice a year. The airline has had a notorious history of remarkable strikes that caused momentous hassle to thousands of passengers. However, country’s economic crisis and the significant amount of debt the company is in...