Air Zimbabwe, the country’s state-owned carrier, said Friday it had suspended flights with immediate effect because most of its pilots were sick.
In a statement, the carrier said all flights Friday and Saturday had been cancelled, and that the situation would be reviewed later.
The airline said most of its pilots had taken ill, and were not reporting for duty.
It did not say, however, what they were suffering from.
Air Zimbabwe flies to most countries in the region, and also to destinations in Asia, Middle East and Europe.
The airline has also taken up European routes for other regional airlines such as Air Malawi.