Malawian Airlines has announced that in November it will introduce scheduled services to Mozambique.
The company will fly twice a week to the northern city of Nampula, and three times a week to the western city of Tete. The flights to Tete will also stop at the Zimbabwean capital Harare.
Malawian Airlines is 51 per cent owned by the government and 49 per cent owned by Ethiopian Airlines, who runs the company under a management contract. There is already a daily Ethiopian Airlines flight from Addis Ababa to Maputo.
The company’s fleet consists of one Boeing 737-800 and one Bombardier Dash 8.