Air Zimbabwe (AirZim), which once enjoyed a monopoly in its domestic market, is coming under intense pressure from new competition from operators, including SAA and BA but more so from low-cost fastjet. “The discernible impact for us has been on the passenger numbers, as Air Zimbabwe was operating as a monopoly for years. What it means is that the low-cost operators are also getting a share of the market and are competing with the traditional operators such as SAA, BA and ourselves who have been on these routes,” AirZim acting chief executive, Edmund Makona, told local media. “So we now

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