AIR ZIMBABWE passengers now required to pay airport taxes in cash upon departure

Steve Morris|London-Gatwick|Air Zimbabwe (Z-WPF)|Boeing 767-200ER

Steve Morris|London-Gatwick|Air Zimbabwe (Z-WPF)|Boeing 767-200ER

Zimbabwe’s National Airline, AIR ZIMBABWE, has announced that from 10th November 2014 all passengers travelling on Air Zimbabwe flights shall be required to pay their airport taxes – in cash – at the airport prior to their departure.

The taxes are for a Passenger Service Charge (PSC) and an Aviation Infrastructure Development Fund (AIDEF) charge respectively and are payable directly to the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (CAAZ) at its receipting offices located at Harare, Bulawayo, Victoria Falls and Kariba airports.

This amendment applies to both international and domestic flights and fees are payable in cash in US$, Rand, Euro, Pula or Pound equivalent.

The total charge per passenger is as follows:-

International departureUS$50 (or equivalent)

Domestic departure:  US$15 (or equivalent)

Kindly note: that this arrangement applies to Air Zimbabwe passengers only.


International flights linking

  • Harare with Johannesburg, London (Gatwick) and Beijing

Flights within Zimbabwe linking

  • Harare with Bulawayo and Victoria Falls
  • Harare with Victoria Falls direct
  • Harare with Kariba and Victoria Falls (NEW from 1 August 2014!)

For more information and contact details see:

TEL: +263 4 575021 (Airport) +263 4 251836 (Harare town office)