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The airline plans to initially operate the route four times a week on Sundays, Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays, before eventually growing into daily frequencies.
The Maputo-Quelimane route replaces fastjet’s flights between Nampula and Maputo, which will end on October 28.
Meanwhile, Fastjet Zimbabwe on Thursday said it will continue to accept all the mode of payments used in the country as it announced a new fare for the Harare to Bulawayo flight.”You can now fly between Bulawayo and Harare from only $100. What is more, fastjet will continue accepting multi-currency payments (RTGS, USD, local and international credit cards) for flight bookings in support of the economy,” said the company in promotion notice on Thursday.
This year alone, the airline, increased its flights between Harare and Victoria Falls by two additional frequencies as the company continues to improve its visibility on the domestic market.