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Zambia travel and tourism gearing up for festive season

LUSAKA, Zambia –Zambia is gearing up for its busiest festive season, and to support that, airline Proflight Zambia is doing its part to support the increased airline and travel activity that will last until mid-January.The additional demand for travel follows the newly-introduced international route to Durban in South Africa, adding to the airline’s existing local tourist destinations including Livingstone, Mfuwe, and Kasama.

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‘’This festive season is set to be the busiest for Proflight as many people are expected to fly in and out of Zambia. This is a period that is important for us, and we are delighted that passengers are going to take advantage of our quality services and affordable fares as they travel,” said Proflight Director of Government and Industry Affairs Captain Phillip Lemba.

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New return fares have also been introduced from Mfuwe and Kasama to Lusaka and from Kasama to Copperbelt. Special fares will be fixed in kwacha until the end of the holiday season in mid-January.

Proflight has also removed the Passenger Service Fee for bookings made at all its offices between November and February.

Proflight Zambia flies three times a week to Durban using its 50-seater CRJ-100 aircraft, and with the high demand this festive season, the airline expects to see a continued increase in the number of passengers on the route.

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P0024 will leave Lusaka at 1100 hours on Tuesdays, Thursday’s and Saturdays, arriving in Durban at 1330 hours. The returning P0025 flight will leave Durban at 1410 hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays and arrive in Lusaka at 1640 hours. On Sundays P0023 will leave Durban at 1200 hours and arrive back in Lusaka at 1330 hours.

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Source: eTN Global Travel Industry News

 

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