Fastjet Zimbabwe’s flights on its domestic route network remain suspended until May 20, according to a statement from the airline.

This is a result of the latest extension to the lockdown travel restrictions in Zimbabwe.

The fastjet flexible booking change policy has been extended, permitting unlimited changes with no fees until September 30 for all affected customers on suspended flights.

Fastjet Group, the UK-based shareholder of fastjet Zimbabwe, announced in a stock-market filing, that on March 9 it had sold an E145 aircraft to the airline’s South African shareholder, Solenta Aviation Group, for US$2,2m (R40,35m) in order to reduce its debt to Solenta to US$1,4m (R25,68m).