Air Zimbabwe has announced it will resume domestic flights on 20 February.
The airline will restore services to normal levels gradually and initially plans to operate flights to Bulawayo and Victoria Falls from its Harare hub.
According to Flightglobal's Ascend online database, Air Zimbabwe leased an Airbus A320 from SouthJet Two in January. The 1997-vintage aircraft, which was previously operated by Air Tanzania, has been parked since its acquisition.
Air Zimbabwe's fleet also includes three Boeing 737-200 aircraft as well as a pair of 767-200ERs.