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About Jet Airways

Jet Airways, one of the fastest growing airlines of the country, commenced its services from the year 1993. Covering over 50 cities in India and 20 destinations abroad, Jet Airways promises to offer the best in-flight experience. Jet Airways is known for low air fare, heart-warming hospitality and excellent customer assistance in addition to ensuring schedule services between destinations. Expanding its horizons globally, Jet Airways has collaborated with some of the renowned international airlines, thereby delighting customers across the globe. Jet Airways is interline partners with over 147 airlines and is interline e-ticketing partners with 95 of them, which helps customer book tickets for two airlines on the same document. Jet Airways is the owner of the youngest fleet that not only ensures a safe and hassle free flight but also consume less fuel, resulting in low cost air tickets. Years of experience and dedicated efforts of the team have helped Jet Airways win hearts of customers in India and overseas. Online booking, web, Kiosk and SMS check-in are some of the other benefits apart from safe and secure Jet Airways Flights. The airline has won several awards that include Lonely Planet Magazine Travel Award 2012, winner for Customer & Brand Loyalty In Domestic Commercial Airlines Sector and Favourite Full-Service Airline at the Outlook Traveller Awards 2011, to name a few.

About Bulawayo (BUQ)

The second largest city of Zimbabwe, Bulawayo is located in the South-west of the country. Considered the prime location of the elite cosmopolitan masses, Bulawayo has been largely populated, since the prehistoric times. The city is considerably spacious and appears bright all the time. The broad, lined up roads are surrounded with lots of greenery. With its appealing colonial Victorian architecture blended with contemporary architectural designs, the city manages to look beguiling, appealing and spirited. The Ndebele nation people endowed the city with the name “Bulawayo”. Majority of Bulawayo's population belongs to the Ndebele ethnic group, descendents from 19th century Zulu migration, and are now a minority in Zimbabwe. The city has a subtropical climate which suits the environment well. The place is considered 'industrial and business capital' of Zimbabwe, and also the home to National Railways of the Zimbabwe region. Bulawayo is the closest city to Matopo National Park, Victoria Falls, and Hwange National Park. Famous for its wide tree lined streets and surrounded beautiful parks; the place looks extremely eye-pleasing and captivating with its scenic beauty. There are many places to visit, when we see this place as a tourist destination, but the highlighted ones definitely include the Matabo National Park, Natural Museum, Bulawayo Railway Museum, Bulawayo National Gallery of Zimbabwe, The Nesbitt Castle, Khami Ruins, Rail Leisure, and the Tshabalala Game Sanctuary. While you plan for your outstation trip, there are hundreds of questions swaying above your head like, how would your tickets be booked? how would you manage your stay at the place? Many other question swould also arise. To break the monotony of the boring procedure of ticket booking, MakemyTrip brings to you handful of exciting deals, which not only makes the whole process an easy cakewalk, but also lets you enjoy your stay at the destination. With easy online tickets booking, lucrative hotel deals, to other cheap offers; the site provides you all at the same time and within your prescribed budget. With all these exciting features and facilities, the website bequeaths you with a comfortable stay at your favourite place. Hurry up, pack your bags and hunt to the interesting venues of Bulawayo for a captivating lifetime experience of your life.

About Bulawayo Jm Nkomo Airport

Bulawayo Airport, Zimbabwe, Department of Civil Aviation, Postal Bag G5082, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
Tel: +263 (0)9 226423/7 | Fax: +263 (0)9 226146