Zim-SA flights back to normal
SAA took a decision to cancel all flights between SA and Zimbabwe for the whole of Saturday, following the grounding of a flight in Zim.
JOHANNESBURG - South African Airways (SAA) says it's certain that it's in possession of the required documentation to fly in and out of Zimbabwe.
This follows an SAA plane being barred from leaving Harare International Airport on Saturday over non-compliance.
The SAA then took a decision to cancel all flights between South Africa and Zimbabwe for the whole of Saturday.
On Friday, South Africa grounded an Air Zimbabwe plane after it was found not to be in compliance with civil aviation rules.
SAA spokesperson Tlali Tlali says operations between the countries should be smooth on Sunday.
“SAA will be able to operate between South Africa and Zimbabwe and a total of eight flights will operate today; four from South Africa and four from Zimbabwe. We will provide details to our customers in terms of plans we have for recovery for the rest of the day, given that a number of people were not able to travel yesterday.”