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Harare International Airport Flight Schedule

 

Airline Route Weekly frequency Days of the Week Websites Address
         
South African Airways Johannesburg, South Africa - Harare, Zimbabwe 18 Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday www.flysaa.com
South African Airways Johannesburg, South Africa - Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe 7 Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday www.flysaa.com
Kenyan Airways Nairobi, Kenya - Harare, Zimbabwe 11 Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday www.kenya-airways.com
Air Botswana Gaborone, Botswana - Harare, Zimbabwe 3 Monday, Wednesday, Saturday www.airbotswana.co.bw
Ethiopian Airways Addis Ababa, Ethopia - Harare, Zimbabwe 7 Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday www.flyethiopian.com
BA Comair Johannesburg, South Africa- Harare, Zimbabwe 7 Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday www.comair.co.za
BA Comair johannesburg, South Africa- Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe 7 Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, www.comair.co.za
Air Namibia Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe - Windhoek, Namibia 7 Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, www.airnamibia.aero
Air Namibia Windhoek, Namibia - Harare, Zimbabwe 4 Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Friday www.airnamibia.aero
Malawi Airlines Lilongwe, Malawi - Harare, Zimbabwe 3 Monday, Wednesday, Friday * New Start-Up
South African Airlink Harare, Zimbabwe - Johannesburg, South Africa 11 Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday www.flyairlink.com
South African Airlink Bulawayo, Zimbabwe -Johannesburg, South Africa 7 Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday www.flyairlink.com
TAAG Luanda, Angola - Harare, Zimbabwe 1 Saturday www.taag.com
Emirates Harare, Zimbabwe - Dubai, U.A.E. 5 Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday www.emirates.com
KLM Harare, Zimbabwe - Amsterdam, Netherlands 3 Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday www.klm.com
LAM Harare, Zimbabwe- Maputo, Mozanbique 3 Monday, Wednesday, Saturday www.lam.co.mz
SA Express Harare, Zimbabwe- Durban, South Africa 3 Wednesday, Friday, Sunday www.flyexpress.aero
Egypt Air Harare, Zimbabwe- Cairo, Egypt 4 Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Friday www.egyptair.com
         

National Tourism Policy to be officially launched

The Ministry of Tourism and Hospitality Industry will this Thursday officially launch the National Tourism Policy at the Celebration Centre in Harare. The launch will be presided over by the Vice President Cde Joice T. R. Mujuru, who is also the Patron of the Zimbabwe Tourism sector.

Tourism Trends and Statistics 2012

According to the the IMF’s World Economic Outlook (WEO) report,  the global economy grew by 2.9 percent in 2013—below the 3.2 percent recorded in 2012—and is expected to rise to 3.6 percent in 2014.  Much of the escalation in growth is expected to be driven by advanced economies. Growth in major emerging markets, although still strong, is expected to be weaker than the IMF’s forecast in its July 2013 WEO Update. This is partly due to a natural cooling in growth following the stimulus-driven surge in activity after the Great Recession. 

Indeed, these growth transitions, combined with an approaching turning point in U.S. monetary policy, have led to new challenges and risks. In particular, long-term interest rates in the United States and many other economies have increased more than expected. In the United States, growth is expected to rise from 1½ percent this year to 2½ percent in 2014 driven by continued strength in private demand, which is supported by a recovering housing market and rising household wealth.
In the Eurozone, policy actions have reduced major risks and stabilized financial conditions. The region is expected to gradually pull out of recession, with growth reaching 1 percent in 2014.

Overall, growth in emerging markets and developing economies is expected to remain strong at 4,5 –5 percent in 2013–14. Commodity prices will continue to boost growth in many low-income countries, including those in sub-Saharan Africa. But economies in the Middle East and North Africa, Afghanistan, and Pakistan region will continue to struggle with difficult economic and political transitions.

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Tourism Trends and Statistics 2011

According to the the IMF’s World Economic Outlook (WEO) report,  the global economy grew by 2.9 percent in 2013—below the 3.2 percent recorded in 2012—and is expected to rise to 3.6 percent in 2014.  Much of the escalation in growth is expected to be driven by advanced economies. Growth in major emerging markets, although still strong, is expected to be weaker than the IMF’s forecast in its July 2013 WEO Update. This is partly due to a natural cooling in growth following the stimulus-driven surge in activity after the Great Recession. 

Indeed, these growth transitions, combined with an approaching turning point in U.S. monetary policy, have led to new challenges and risks. In particular, long-term interest rates in the United States and many other economies have increased more than expected. In the United States, growth is expected to rise from 1½ percent this year to 2½ percent in 2014 driven by continued strength in private demand, which is supported by a recovering housing market and rising household wealth.
In the Eurozone, policy actions have reduced major risks and stabilized financial conditions. The region is expected to gradually pull out of recession, with growth reaching 1 percent in 2014.

Overall, growth in emerging markets and developing economies is expected to remain strong at 4,5 –5 percent in 2013–14. Commodity prices will continue to boost growth in many low-income countries, including those in sub-Saharan Africa. But economies in the Middle East and North Africa, Afghanistan, and Pakistan region will continue to struggle with difficult economic and political transitions.

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