Air Zimbabwe Breaks Aviation Records Again
Harare, June 28, 2011 – Air Zimbabwe has once more damaged aviation data by carrying 13 travellers on a single of the company’s domestic routes for the reason that turmoil bedevilling the struggling national airline gets worse.
Knowledgeable sources informed Radio VOP on Tuesday that Air Zimbabwe ferried 13 travellers on a single of their long haul airplanes from Harare to Johannesburg on Monday morning that includes a transporting capability of 203 passengers.
The airline was instructed to service the Harare-Johannesburg route and among its Boeing 767-200 aircraft which services Asia destinations for example China after Zambezi Airlines re-called its aircraft which it turned out renting to Air Zimbabwe following the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe ruined a number of its long haul aircraft as not fit to fly as a consequence of retirement years.
“Things can be harmful here. We have been doing failures and also this (flying) doesn’t make any business sense,” explained a source in the national airline.
Air Zimbabwe acting chief executive officer Innocent Mavhunga rejected to opinion when arrived at by Radio VOP requiring that he was at a conference.
The new turmoil increases the problems bedevilling Air Zimbabwe which not too long ago grounded a number of its aircraft as a result of fuel shortages.
The airline’s dissatisfied aircraft pilots along with other all of the employees have abandoned the airline to find greener pastures in another country.