Zimbabwe’s first low-cost airline, Fly Kumba, has suspended operations with immediate effect. The airline only debuted in March 2010. The airline cited “numerous operational challenges” for the move. The airline, operated by two South Africa-based Zimbabwean businessmen Patrick Chapwanya and Lloyd Muchaka, said there were “nagging issues the management is currently dealing with. Fly Kumba flew one 737-500 leased from Air Namibia with a capacity of 108 passengers.
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