Africa: Southern African Carrier, Zambia Airways Sets To Resume Aviation Operation Dec. 1st


Southern African Carrier, Zambia Airways’ board of directors has reaffirmed the position that the national airlines will officially commence its initial operations on the 1st of December 2021 from its hub in Lusaka to domestic destinations of Living stone and Ndola.

According to a press release from the carrier, the airline will operate a frequency of five and six times a week to Livingstone and Ndola respectively.

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Its said the airline will introduce additional domestic routes to Mfuwe and Solwezi and add regional destinations, Johannesburg, and Harare to its network within the first quarter of 2022.

“Our valued customers will be able to access our services through our sales offices, official website and their preferred travel agency. Our website and social media pages have been activated to ensure maximum interaction with our customers.”

As a national airline, we are committed to enhance tourism, investments and creating job opportunities.
The airline will strictly be adhering to Covid-19 guidelines to guarantee a safe environment on all our flights. We are committed to delivering the most rewarding travel experience with safety, quality service, convenience and reliability as a priority.”

“The airline will ensure that travel is made affordable to the travelling public with very competitive pricing options that are available through our different sales channels.”



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