PROFLIGHT LAUNCHES ‘DO DURBAN’ PROMOTION
Airline unveils ‘buy one, get one free’ fares
October 21, 2015 – LUSAKA, ZAMBIA – Proflight Zambia has launched a “Do Durban” “buy one, get on free” promotion on its direct flights to South Africa’s beach resort city.
The special offer target business and leisure travellers and are valid for return travel throughout November on Proflight’s flights to Durban from Lusaka, Ndola, Kitwe, Solwezi and Mfuwe.
“It’s the perfect opportunity to take a weekend away to walk on the beach, do some shopping, visit Ushaka marine world, swim in the sea and enjoy all the other activities that Durban has to offer. It’s also a fantastic opportunity for Christmas shopping at one of Durban’s many shopping malls or markets,” said Proflight Zambia Director of Government and Industry Affairs Captain Phillip Lemba.
The special offer is available by booking online at www.flyzambia.com and entering the code BOGOFLUN (from Lusaka) or BOGOF (for flights from elsewhere), or through travel agents.
Proflight flies to Durban three times a week using its 50-seater CRJ-100 aircraft. The flight takes just two hours and 30 minutes and schedules are arranged so that passengers can travel on Fridays or Saturdays and return on Sundays.
Flight P0024 leaves Lusaka at 11:00hrs on Thursdays Fridays (from October 30) and Saturdays, arriving in Durban at 13:30hrs. The returning P0025 flight leaves Durban at 14:10hrs on Thursdays and Fridays (from October 30) and arrives in Lusaka at 16:40hrs. On Sundays P0023 leaves Durban at 12:00hrs and arrives back in Lusaka at 14:30hrs.
Durban is one of South Africa’s most popular cities and from last month Zambia residents can fly direct from Lusaka thanks to the new three-times-a-week service by Proflight Zambia that also links into the airline’s network of domestic destination across Zambia
Durban has become one of South Africa’s most visited places over the past few years both as a tourist centre and an important business hub, being home to the ninth largest harbour in the world and the busiest cargo port and container terminal in Southern Africa.
Tourist attractions include Durban’s beaches, the world class uShaka Marine World and top-notch shopping. The city regularly hosts world-class musical events, cultural functions and sporting activities, and was recently selected to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games. A host of trade and consumer exhibitions are also lined up for coming months.
Durban is also home to a number of world-renowned schools that attract pupils from Zambia as well as elsewhere across Africa.