CAAZ in $33m airspace management deal

CAAZ in $33m airspace management deal
Published: 15 March 2018
A Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Transport and Infrastructural Development report indicated that this week the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (Caaz) last year signed a $33.7 million agreement with IndraSistemas of Spain for financing, supply and of installation communication, navigation, surveillance and air traffic management systems and rehabilitation for Zimbabwe's airport infrastructure.

Meanwhile, CAAZ says it is mobilising resources to upgrade sections of the Victoria Falls International Airport as well as relocate Kariba Airport.

The Victoria Falls International Airport was commissioned more than a year ago following a $150 million refurbishment deal with China. The aviation authority now seeks to remove boarding calls facility and replace these with digital screens.

Boarding call refers to internal radio announcements made at the airport to direct passengers.

CAAZ director for airports Tawanda Guzha, said the projects were part of the aviation authority's long term plans.
- Daily News
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