Cape Town - Pan- Africa's low cost airline, fastjet has announced an increasing number of flights on its route between Harare and Victoria Falls in response to strong passenger demand.
Previously operating three weekly flights on the route on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, the airline now adds a Friday flight commencing on 7 April 2017 to provide passengers with a convenient weekend away service.
The fastjet flights on this route are said to depart in Harare International Airport at 16h15, landing at Victoria Falls International Airport at 17h25. Return flight are scheduled to take off from Victoria Falls at 17h50, landing back in Harare at 18h55.
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“We increased the frequency on our route between Harare and Victoria Falls to include a Friday flight as we want to offer passengers an affordable and reliable service that allows quick weekend getaways,” says Nico Bezuidenhout, CEO of fastjet.
According to the airline, the expanded schedule will result in providing passengers with more convenient travel options between the two cities – especially a weekend getaway option – at affordable fares.
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“Our low-cost business model allows us to keep fares low for everyone, and rewarding passengers who book early with even lower fares is just another way that fastjet is working to make flying even more affordable.”
NOTE: fastjet advises passengers to book 21 days in advance of their intended departure date to save by taking advantage of its lowest priced fares.
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