from DANIEL JONES in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
VICTORIA FALLS, (CAJ News) – ONE of Europe’s biggest airlines is to resume flights to Zimbabwe years after pulling out of the Southern African country amid political and economic problems.
The Germany-headquartered Lufthansa announced it would start flying to Victoria Falls in March next year.
It will link the resort city to Windhoek, the capital of neighbouring Namibia.
“Eurowings Discover is excited to announce that with effect from March 30, 2022, our Sub-Sahara Africa network will grow offering three weekly flights from Frankfurt to Victoria Falls, thus further strengthening our commitment to the region an expanding our footprint in Africa,” said Dr Andre Schulz, Lufthansa Group General Manager Southern Africa and East Africa
Eurowings Discover operates Lufthansa in the regions.
Schulz held meetings with the Airports Company of Zimbabwe (ACZ), Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) and other…