Air Zimbabwe (UM, Harare Int'l) has yet again resumed domestic operations to Bulawayo and Victoria Falls after the government of Zimbabwe has reportedly taken over the debt of the national carrier according to a report by Zimbabwean newspaper The Standard. Air Zimbabwe also plans to resume international flights from Harare to Johannesburg O.R. Tambo from November 12 using its B767-200ER offering four weekly services. The carrier had last operated some scheduled domestic flights in July but has regularly operated charter flights on behalf of the government since then. According to the African Aviation Tribune, it plans to put its two A320-200s into operations soon replacing its B767-200ER on the Johannesburg route.