Zambian carrier heads for JNB
Zambia Airways (ZN) is about to spread its wings into South Africa.
The Lusaka-based airline, with its hub at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport, currently flies from Lusaka to the Zambian domestic destinations of Livingstone, Solwezi, and Ndola.
Now, from June 1, the carrier will debut five flights per week to Johannesburg, using a Boeing 737-700 in a two-class configuration, business and economy class. Flights will become daily return flights on July
The airline has appointed AirlinePros International as its GSA in South Africa with immediate effect. The representation company will be responsible for the airline’s promotions, sales, publicity, and marketing.
Source: Travel News