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List of Airports in Zimbabwe

The 3 Biggest Airports in Zimbabwe are:

  1. Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport in Harare,
  2. Victoria Falls International Airport located in Victoria Falls and
  3. Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo International Airport in Bulawayo

Robert Gabriel Mugabe International airport host more than 16 airlines in the country traveling to 11 destinations internationally. The IATA Code is HRE.

Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport in Harare

City: Harare
IATA Code: HRE
ICAO Code: FVHA
Timezone: Central Africa Time (UTC +2)

Size

Airlines: 16
Nonstop destinations: 11
Runways: 1
Longest runway: 15,502 ft (4,725.0 m)

Position

Longitude: 31.09280 O
Latitude: 17.93180 S
Height: 4,887 ft (1,489.6 m)

Victoria Falls International Airport located in Victoria Falls host more than 4 airlines in the country traveling to 5 destinations internationally. The IATA Code is VFA

Victoria Falls International Airport

City: Victoria Falls
IATA Code: VFA
ICAO Code: FVFA
Timezone: Central Africa Time (UTC +2)

Size

Airlines: 4
Nonstop destinations: 5
Runways: 1
Longest runway: 7,708 ft (2,349.4 m)

Position

Longitude: 25.83900 O
Latitude: 18.09590 S
Height: 3,490 ft (1,063.8 m)

Closest airports

Hwange (Town) Airport (WKI) 78.0 km

Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo International Airport in Bulawayo host about 2 airlines in the country traveling to 3 destinations.. The IATA Code is BUQ.

Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo International Airport in Bulawayo

City: Bulawayo
IATA Code: BUQ
ICAO Code: FVBU
Timezone: Central Africa Time (UTC +2)

Size

Airlines: 2
Nonstop destinations: 3
Runways: 2
Longest runway: 8,491 ft (2,588.1 m)

Position

Longitude: 28.61790 O
Latitude: 20.01740 S
Height: 4,359 ft (1,328.6 m)

The biggest airlines Operator in Zimbabwe

IATA Name Destinations
Z3 Avavia (Avient Aviation) 7
UM Air Zimbabwe 4
FZW Fresh Express (Fly Africa Zimbabwe) 1
UAC Unitair (United Air Charters) 1