TRAVEL & TOURISM
PROFLIGHT ZAMBIA HEADS FOR LILONGWE
Airline begins its first international route tomorrow
Proflight Zambia launches its first international flight tomorrow (Tuesday, June 4) with an inaugural flight from Lusaka to Lilongwe.
The new three-times-a-week service is expected to boost ties between the capitals of the two neighbouring countries, providing convenient connections for tourists who wish to visit both countries, and boosting trade and business travel too.
“This is an important milestone for Proflight Zambia, marking our first scheduled international flight since we began operations 22 years ago,” said the airline’s Director of Government and Industry Affairs Capt. Philip Lemba. “And we also have plans to add additional international routes in the coming months.”
Flights to the Malawian capital will operate on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, departing from Lusaka at 15:30 and arriving in Lilongwe at 17:10. The return flights leave Lilongwe on the same days at 17:55, arriving back in Lusaka at 19:35.
The service also provides seamless connections to and from Emirates flights, which arrive in Lusaka from Dubai at 14:25 and depart from Lusaka for Dubai at 21:25 daily.
Return fares from Lusaka to Lilongwe start from around KR2,000 and will operate initially with Proflight’s 29-seater Jetstream 41 aircraft.