caaz.jpgThe Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe has issued an Aviation School Certificate to a group of young Zimbabweans in a move aimed at supporting the government’s Indigenisation And Economic Empowerment Programme.
The development which has seen the school enrolling students from theory level up to commercial flying lessons is expected to ease pressure on prospective pilots who used to hunt for such services from abroad.

Airbonfare Chief Executive Officer, Miss Tanya Rushesha, thanked the aviation authority for empowering young people through the issuance of the license and vowed to ensure that the institution produces internationally competitive pilots.

Previously, only a few white owned institutions used to train limited pilots up to private pilots level, while commercial flights lectures were sought from abroad mainly from South Africa.