Malawian Airlines plans to connect flights between Lake Malawi and Victoria Falls, a development that will improve tourism and increase frequencies into Zimbabwe. Speaking at a function to celebrate Malawian Airlines’ first anniversary of the Harare-Lilongwe Blantytre route in the capital yesterday, a senior official from the Transport ministry, George Manyaya, who spoke on behalf of the Minister Obert Mpofu, said the introduction of the three weekly flights had eased travel challenges experienced by locals, which could later lead to increased trade between the two countries. “This development will also go a long way towards stimulating tourism growth between our two countries, as a result of improved connectivity. This indeed gives confidence that our destination is viable and is a clear testimony that the Zimbabwean aviation industry is growing,” Manyaya said. Malawian ambassador to Zimbabwe, Jane Kambalame, said the introduction of direct flights to Harare was a proud moment for Malawi and Zimbabwe. Read More

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