Low-cost pan-African airline, fastjet, will fly daily between Harare and Dar es Salaam beginning next week instead of four weekly flights in response to strong passenger demand, the carrier has said.
The airline said the expanded schedule would see approximately 1 000 extra seats each week added to the flights between the two cities. Daily flights will start on September 13 and fares will start from $50 one-way, excluding airport and government taxes, the airline said.
“We have always promised to increase the frequency on our routes between Harare and Dar es Salaam as and when our customers demand it,” says Richard Bodin, chief commercial officer of fastjet. “The increased daily frequencies emphasise our commitment to growing our flight schedule in Zimbabwe, making air travel easy, safe and affordable.