AZW

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AZWArchitekturzentrum Wien (Austria)
AZWAir Zimbabwe (ICAO code)
AZWAtletiek Zuid West (Dutch: Athletic South West)
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Five firms have shown an interest in investing in Air Zimbabwe (UM, Harare Int'l), company sources have told the Harare-based Business Times newspaper.
Zimbabwe's justice ministry has announced it has appointed an administrator to run Air Zimbabwe, the company said.
Travel Business Review-October 10, 2018-Zimbabwe appoints administrator to run Air Zimbabwe
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 10, 2018-Zimbabwe appoints administrator to run Air Zimbabwe
Moreover, five individual airlines also remain on the EU's blacklist: Iran Aseman Airlines (Iran), Iraqi Airways (Iraq), Blue Wing Airlines (Suriname), Med-View Airlines (Nigeria) and Air Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe).
But the government has on several occasions dismissed the reports saying the airline is wholly government-owned and will replace the troubled national carrier Air Zimbabwe, which has debts of more than $300 million.
Although purchased via a special purpose vehicle and not yet transferred to the hugely indebted and floundering state-owned Air Zimbabwe, it is quite astonishing that such a venture would be a priority for a government that recently ran a budget deficit of $1.8bn (11.2% of 2017 GDP).
Presently Al Naboodah Travel & Tourism Agencies represents 11 leading airlines as their official GSA partner in the UAE, which includes Air Canada, Air France, Air Zimbabwe, Austrian Airlines, Cathay Pacific, GoAir, Japan Airline, LATAM, SaudiGulf Airline, Turkish Airlines, and United Airways.
Presently, Al Naboodah Travel & Tourism Agencies represents 11 leading airlines as their official GSA partner in the UAE, which includes Air Canada, Air France, Air Zimbabwe, Austrian Airlines, Cathay Pacific, GoAir, Japan Airline, Latam, SaudiGulf Airline, Turkish Airlines, and United Airways.
Air Canada, Turkish Airlines, Air France, Cathay Pacific, Austrian Airlines, Air Zimbabwe and United Bangladesh, make up the other seven airlines.