Proflight Zambia launches Mongu route

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Mongu this week becomes the 10th domestic destination in Proflight Zambia’s expanding schedule of routes.

The service, which was launched on 27 November, is the first new local route for the airline since commencing the Mansa and Kasama routes more than two years ago, and means that passengers can now fly to the capitals of all the provinces in Zambia that have designated airports.

Proflight’s twice-a-week service from Lusaka to Mongu will run on Wednesdays and Thursdays, leaving Lusaka at 07h45 on Wednesdays and arriving in Mongu at 10h05, before returning at 10h25 and arriving back in Lusaka at 12h45 on the same day. On Thursdays, the flight leaves Lusaka at 12h35 and arrives in Mongu at 14h55, returning at 15h15 and touching down in Lusaka at 15h35.

The service will be operated using a 12-seater Cessna Grand Caravan aircraft.Return fares from Lusaka to Mongu start from around $635 including taxes.

Mongu is the capital of Western Province and gateway to the famous Kuomboka traditional ceremony on the Zambezi River floodplains, as well as the renowned annual wildebeest migration on the Liuwa Plains.

Proflight also flies to nine other domestic destinations within Zambia: Lusaka, Livingstone, Mfuwe, Lower Zambezi, Ndola, Solwezi, Chipata, Mansa and Kasama, as well as to Lilongwe in Malawi and Dar-es-Salaam in Tanzania.

The airline is considering services to Harare (Zimbabwe), Tete (Mozambique) and Johannesburg (South Africa), subject to regulatory approval.

 

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Proflight Zambia launches Mongu route

This bring to 10 the number of local destinations serviced by the airline, which now covers all Zambian provinces with designated airports

Mongu this week becomes the 10th domestic destination in Proflight Zambia’s expanding schedule of routes.

The service, which was launched on 27 November, is the first new local route for the airline since commencing the Mansa and Kasama routes more than two years ago, and means that passengers can now fly to the capitals of all the provinces in Zambia that have designated airports.

Proflight’s twice-a-week service from Lusaka to Mongu will run on Wednesdays and Thursdays, leaving Lusaka at 07h45 on Wednesdays and arriving in Mongu at 10h05, before returning at 10h25 and arriving back in Lusaka at 12h45 on the same day. On Thursdays, the flight leaves Lusaka at 12h35 and arrives in Mongu at 14h55, returning at 15h15 and touching down in Lusaka at 15h35.

The service will be operated using a 12-seater Cessna Grand Caravan aircraft.Return fares from Lusaka to Mongu start from around $635 including taxes.

Mongu is the capital of Western Province and gateway to the famous Kuomboka traditional ceremony on the Zambezi River floodplains, as well as the renowned annual wildebeest migration on the Liuwa Plains.

Proflight also flies to nine other domestic destinations within Zambia: Lusaka, Livingstone, Mfuwe, Lower Zambezi, Ndola, Solwezi, Chipata, Mansa and Kasama, as well as to Lilongwe in Malawi and Dar-es-Salaam in Tanzania.

The airline is considering services to Harare (Zimbabwe), Tete (Mozambique) and Johannesburg (South Africa), subject to regulatory approval.

www.flyzambia.com.Proflight Zambia launches Mongu route

This bring to 10 the number of local destinations serviced by the airline, which now covers all Zambian provinces with designated airports

Mongu this week becomes the 10th domestic destination in Proflight Zambia’s expanding schedule of routes.

The service, which was launched on 27 November, is the first new local route for the airline since commencing the Mansa and Kasama routes more than two years ago, and means that passengers can now fly to the capitals of all the provinces in Zambia that have designated airports.

Proflight’s twice-a-week service from Lusaka to Mongu will run on Wednesdays and Thursdays, leaving Lusaka at 07h45 on Wednesdays and arriving in Mongu at 10h05, before returning at 10h25 and arriving back in Lusaka at 12h45 on the same day. On Thursdays, the flight leaves Lusaka at 12h35 and arrives in Mongu at 14h55, returning at 15h15 and touching down in Lusaka at 15h35.

The service will be operated using a 12-seater Cessna Grand Caravan aircraft.Return fares from Lusaka to Mongu start from around $635 including taxes.

Mongu is the capital of Western Province and gateway to the famous Kuomboka traditional ceremony on the Zambezi River floodplains, as well as the renowned annual wildebeest migration on the Liuwa Plains.

Proflight also flies to nine other domestic destinations within Zambia: Lusaka, Livingstone, Mfuwe, Lower Zambezi, Ndola, Solwezi, Chipata, Mansa and Kasama, as well as to Lilongwe in Malawi and Dar-es-Salaam in Tanzania.

The airline is considering services to Harare (Zimbabwe), Tete (Mozambique) and Johannesburg (South Africa), subject to regulatory approval.

www.flyzambia.com.