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New airline on the Joburg-Harare route

A low-cost airline, Fly Kumba is scheduled to fly September 2009. "Fly Kumba has been modelled along the lines of low-cost carriers in Europe and elsewhere....We intend to become Zimbabwe’s preferred low-cost airline, delivering the cheapest fares with the highest consumer value and offering world-class service to price-sensitive customers." They also intend on flying the Bulawayo-Joburg route.

Another company, NU-AERO has applied for a licence to operate in Zimbabwe. Fresh Air applied for an air services permit to provide commercial scheduled and non-scheduled air services on local, regional and international routes.

Fly 540 also has plans to extend service into Zimbabwe.

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