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by Staff reporter

Kenya Airways has signed an agreement Air Zim, a deal that will see flights being directed to Zimbabwe in case of emergency in Nairobi.

This was revealed by the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Transport, Communication and Infrastructural Development, Mr. Pattison Mbiriri at the Air Traffic Controllers Day held in Masvingo.

Mr Mbiriri said the agreement shows that the country’s airports are of international standards.

He addded that a number of airlines are expected to be flying into the country next year, with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) starting in February.