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Charles Prince Airport, formerly named Mount Hampden and renamed after former airport manager Charles Prince (who was a Royal Air Force officer during World War II), is located approximately 8 km northwest of Harare, Zimbabwe. During World War II it served as a Rhodesian Air Training Group (RATG) location, training pilots for the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan. In 1973 the airport was converted to civilian use. One of the major operators at Charles Prince Airport is Executive Air.
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