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These are the Airlines still Flying South Africa and Zimbabwe

Ethiopian Airlines

These are the Airlines still Flying South Africa and Zimbabwe. As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, many are asking whether the airlines are still flying, particularly between Zimbabwe and South Africa.

In the context of the South African lockdown from Friday, 27 March, here are the airlines that are still flying courtesy of BigSky.co.zw. Unfortunately, iHarare cannot advise on whether there are any cheap flight airlines on the list.


FastjetAre still flying, but are not taking bookings for South Africa – Zimbabwe flights from 27 March onwards. Fastjet are only accepting Zimbabwe and South African passports holders for flights from Zimbabwe to South Africa, and Zim passport holders from South Africa to Zimbabwe. For enquiries call 086 7700 6060 (Harare office).

British Airways/Comair

British Airways
Unfortunately, British Airways had limited seats for the Harare – Johannesburg – Harare route for 25 March only, yesterday. Flights from 26 March are shown as being unavailable. You can make further enquiries on their website if you need more information https://www.britishairways.com/

South African Airways


SAA-South-Africa-Airways-CoronavirusSouth African Airways has suspended all regional and international flights until 31 May 2020.

SA Airlink

airlink-SASouth African Airlink are flying but due to the demand, there are no seats available before the South Africa lockdown will begin on the evening of Thursday 26 March 2020 at 23:59.

Ethiopian Airlines

Ethiopian Airlines

As of Tuesday, 24 March, Ethiopian Airlines was still taking bookings. Potential travellers can visit their website www.ethiopianairlines.com for further updates, however, potential travellers are advised to visit the airline’s new offices in Belgravia (opposite KFC). It is highly recommended that travellers do not book online, but secure their tickets and obtain first-hand information by visiting the airline offices directly.

Source – iHarare

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