Fastjet To Suspend Flights For 3 Weeks Due To COVID-19

In light of the pandemic that has brought the world to its knees, Fastjet has announced its decision to suspend flights for 21 days. The budget airline’s last flight will reportedly be on Thursday according to New Ziana.

A statement released by the airline reads:

Fastjet Zimbabwe announced today (Tuesday) that as a result of the latest measures introduced in Zimbabwe and South Africa to control the spread of COVID-19, all Fastjet flight operations shall be suspended from Friday 27 March until Thursday 16 April 2020, both days fully inclusive

Further announcements and information will be shared via our website Travel Update section and social media channels. Changes to the trading hours for our call centre and sales shops will be updated as and when applicable

More: New Ziana 

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