Swiss Jet plans spectacular air displays

HARARE - Swiss-Jet is bringing a spectacular air display featuring 10 small light aircraft, with music and a fashion show scheduled to run alongside the air show.

The air show takes place at the beginning of March and will be held in different parts of the country throughout the year, including in Kariba, Hwange, Nyanga, Mutare, Bulawayo, Masvingo and Marondera.

Honour Moyo of Swiss-Jet said all is set for the awareness shows which was meant to develop the aviation industry in the country.

“Swiss-Jet, an aviation development trust, will be holding air-displays in various parts of Zimbabwe for public awareness purposes,” Moyo said.

“About 10 small-light aircraft will be used per air display and limited tickets are available.”

Moyo said those who managed to be part of the Swiss-Jet family recreational and corporate programmes last year will have an opportunity to witness air-displays and shoot scenic flights during the displays.

“There will be aircraft exhibition and families and corporate world will be afforded an opportunity to interact with the aircraft pilots,” Moyo said.

“Apart from aircrafts, Swiss Jet will hold Michael Jackson and Leonard Dembo-inspired fashion shows on all the events pencilled this year around the country,” he said.

Moyo said revellers will be in for a treat at all shows as Tendai Dembo will be belting out live his late father’s hit songs such as Chitekete among others.

“Michael Jackson and Leonard Dembo inspired many people around the globe and as a result Swiss Jet is striving to inspire a lot in the country and abroad,” Moyo said.

“The aviation organisation is striving to engage the corporate world and acquaint them about advantages of having aircraft at their service.

“On all the events to be held around the country, we will explain the role of aircrafts and how the planes will benefit the public in various disciplines.”

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