FlyAfrica, a low cost airline, may start to offer domestic flights in Mozambique in the first half of this year, said recently the president of the Civil Aviation Institute of Mozambique (IACM).
João de Abreu said that the company has fulfilled four of the five evaluation phases to operate in Mozambique, with only the final stage, of demonstration of its operational capacity and the infrastructure it plans to use in Mozambique, left.
FlyAfrica Abreu said, will be based in Beira, the capital of Sofala province, and will announce the routes it plans to operate, which will include provincial capitals.
The Planespotters (https://www.planespotters.net/airline/FlyAfrica) website notes that FlyAfrica is based in Zimbabwe and has a fleet of two Boeing 737 aircraft. (macauhub/MZ/PT)
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