Zimbabwe Implements new Airport Development Taxes

The Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe(CAAZ) introduced an Aviation Infrastructure Development Fund (AIDEF) levy to raise money to rehabilitate the aviation infrastructure in Zimbabwe. Authorities are hoping to raise an additional US$400 million in the next 10 years. As a result the airport tax in the Southern African country got increased. The new tariff was already implemented on 01 Feb 2012.

  • For domestic journeys, passengers will be charged a US$10 departure tax, plus US$5 AIDEF levy. Rates are charged per person.
  • For international journeys, passengers will be charged a US$35 departure tax, plus US$15 AIDEF levy. Rates are charged per person.
Harare International Airport
 At the beginning of this year, the luxury tourist destination imposed an airport development tax of $25 on all international departures that was met with stiff opposition from the traveling public and airlines. For more information, visit the CAAZ website.

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