Proflight Zambia Spreads Wings to Kalabo in Western Province
Proflight Zambia has launched its third new domestic route of 2017, heading to Kalabo in Western Province from its hub at the Kenneth Kaunda International Airport, Lusaka, Zambia.
The new route will be operated twice weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays using a Cessna Caravan with a capacity of eight passengers.
The new route aims to service the new Norman Carr Safaris Lodge, King Lewanika’s Camp in Liuwa Plains as well as open up business links to the Western Province town, which is just 70km from the Mongu provincial capital.
Special fares will be available within 30 days of travel, and a Resident Special is available of only K1,700 per person return excluding taxes for those living in the Western Province and flying Kalabo-Lusaka-Kalabo.
Flights will depart from Lusaka at 08:15hrs and arrive in Kalabo at 10:45hrs, and return from Kalabo at 11:05hrs, to arrive in Lusaka at 13:35hrs.
The new service will provide connections onto Livingstone, Lusaka and Mfuwe tourism connections, Ndola and Solwezi, and international connections including Proflight to Lilongwe, and flights operated by South African Airways, Kenya Airways and Emirates Airlines.
Kalabo is a small town and administrative district in the Western Province of Zambia, on the plains west of the Zambezi River and the Barotse Floodplain, about 70 km from the border with Angola.