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CemAir: Another new cross-border route for SA airline

CemAir: Another new cross-border route for SA airline

Recently updated on February 21st, 2024 at 05:54 pm

Independently owned and operated airline CemAir will introduce flights between Johannesburg and Harare later this year.

Cemair joins the next of many other airlines operating direct flights between Johannesburg and Harare. From 21 March, the airline will offer scheduled flights between Johannesburg and Harare. The airline will offer 4 flights a week on this route.

Passengers will enjoy in-flight catering, 21kg checked baggage and 7kg cabin baggage as part of the standard fares for these flights.

Aside from its vast route network of domestic flights, the airline already flies to Maun and Kasane (Botswana), Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe) and Maputo (Mozambique).

According to its website, Cemair says that it plans to put on flights to several other destinations in the future.  Flights to Luanda (Angola), Livingstone (Zambia), Gaborone (Botswana) are in the pipelines for the airline.

Like South Africa, Zimbabwe is also seeing positive growth in tourist numbers and air traffic volumes. A number of airlines have introduced or reintroduced scheduled flights into Zimbabwe in the period post the Covid-19 pandemic.

Victoria Falls and Harare have welcomed several airlines in recent times.

From Johannesburg, several airlines offer direct scheduled services into Zimbabwe’s capital city, Harare.  Airlink, FlySafair, South African Airways, Fastjet and Air Zimbabwe offer flights on this route.

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