Harare International Airport
Harare International Airport was once a thriving airport with non-stop flights to the UK, Australia and several other countries. Due to political unrest and the economic crisis, there are now few international flights to Harare International Airport, although South African Airways, British Airways, Airlink and Air Zimbabwe still operate flights to major centres in nearby countries such as Johannesburg. Emirates also flies direct from Dubai. The airport is a hub for Air Zimbabwe.
The airport is situated seven miles (12km) southeast of Harare.
Getting to the city
Taxis and coaches are available to the city centre.
Local time is GMT +2.
Tel: +263 (0)4 575 164/8.
Car rental companies include Europcar, Hertz and Avis.
Taxis to central Harare are available, and an average fare to the main hotels is US$25.
Facilities include a bank, bureau de change and auto exchange machine, smoking areas, medical services and a pharmacy, restaurants, bars, duty-free, various shops, and post office.
ParkingThere is plentiful parking close to the terminal.
International flights: US$35 departure tax + US$15 AIDEF (total of US$50). Local flights: US$10 departure tax + US$5 AIDEF (total of US$15).
There is wi-fi available.
Harare International Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.