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Air Zimbabwe flights tender for a B767-200ER aircraft

by Staff reporter
12 Nov 2018 at 10:35hrs | Views
GOVERNMENT will this week float a tender for Air Zimbabwe seeking an investor to turnaround the fortunes of the troubled national airline.

Of late, Air Zimbabwe has been struggling to service its domestic and regional routes with passengers increasingly experiencing flight delays and cancellations attributed to operational constraints.

Last week, Air Zimbabwe announced flight disruptions from Monday, November 5 with normal schedules expected to resume today. This has triggered an outcry among passengers who have been left stranded at local and regional airports due to the flight delays and cancellations. A senior Air Zimbabwe official apologised to customers.

1. Tenders are hereby invited from interested parties to invest in Air Zimbabwe.

2. Parties interested in investing in the group are required to register their interest with the Air Zimbabwe Administrator at Grant Thornton Chartered Accountants, 135 Enterprise Road, Highlands, Harare on or before the 23' of November 2018, in the following manner:

2.1. Complete registration forms upon payment of a non-refundable documentation fee of USD20 000.

2.2. Sign a non disclosure agreement prior to receiving the information memorandum and other relevant documentation.

This invitation is not a prospectus and does not constitute or form part of any solicitation or invitation or any offer to the public to purchase the company or to subscribe to any ordinary shares or any other shares in Air Zimbabwe.

Tenders are invited from prospective clients to wet lease a B767-200ER aircraft.

Source - Byo24News