CAAZ prejudiced of landing fees

CAAZ prejudiced of landing fees
Published: 21 February 2014

The Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe lost hundreds of thousands of United States dollars through undercharging landing fees for airlines using Harare, Victoria Falls and Joshua Nqabuko international airports. 

In her 2012 audit report made available recently, Comptroller and Auditor-General Mildred Chiri noted that for only one South African Airways craft, CAAZ lost $22 860 in one year. 

Many other airlines - including Kenyan Airways, British Airways operated by CommAir, Emirates, Egyptian Airways and Ethiopian Airways - use these airports, meaning huge sums of money were lost. 

Chiri said the CAAZ billing system was not automated and relied on an inefficient manual input system, resulting in the revenue losses.

- herald
Tags: CAAZ, Airport,


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