Air Zimbabwe says it anticipates disruptions to its flight schedule due to shortages of Jet A1 fuel at airports.
In a statement, the Air Zimbabwe management said they were advised of impending shortages by their suppliers who put the blame on constraints in the movement of the product. Read the statement:
Air Zimbabwe wishes to advise its valued passengers and other stakeholders of an anticipated flight schedule disruption due to Jet A1 fuel shortages at the airports.
Our suppliers have advised of constraints in the movement of the product which has cascaded along the entire value chain to us as the final consumer of the product.
The National Airline shall endeavour to update passengers on the flight schedule changes at the earliest possible time as we continue to monitor the supply situation.
South Africa’s largest airport, O.R Tambo International Airport, recently experienced supply shortages in jet fuel due to floods that affected parts of that country.