Extra Flights Added Over the Festive Season
Proflight Zambia added extra scheduled flights on its domestic and regional routes this festive season to help travellers visit family and friends and explore the country during the holidays.
Travelling during the festive season can be challenging at times with customers trying to get to their destinations for holiday cheer, only to find limited flight options. The additional flights by the regional airline were added to offer peace of mind to vacationers making travel plans for the just-ended festive period.
Proflight Zambia Director Flight Operations Captain Josias Walubita announced additional flights on the Lusaka-Johannesburg route, with the frequency going up to 21 return flights. “Extra flights have also been added on all our domestic routes to increase capacity for the festive period to meet the increased demand and help our passengers explore Zambia during the holidays,” Captain Walubita explained at the time.
He also added that the airline restarted the direct Ndola-Joburg route from 5 December.
The just-ended festive season was the first one with minimal levels of constraints since the easing of COVID-19 travel restrictions. Proflight has high expectations for the local aviation industry to grow and increase passenger numbers going into 2023 and beyond.
“We’ve had another busy year at Proflight and are grateful for everyone’s continued support as we head into 2023,” said Captain Walubita.
As Zambia’s largest airline, Proflight remains committed to providing local and international travellers seamless connections within and out of Zambia during the festive season.