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Proflight expands into new head office

Posted 11 August 2014 · Add Comment

Zambia's expanding airline, Proflight Zambia, has moved into a new head office in Lusaka in the latest phase of its strategy to grow the aviation sector.


The company’s spacious new offices in Kamloops, near the Munali Roundabout off the Great East Road, brings the airline’s commercial, finance and administrative functions closer to its base in Lusaka Kenneth Kaunda International Airport, from where it operates domestic routes to Livingstone, Mfuwe, Lower Zambezi, Ndola, Solwezi, Chipata, Mansa and Kasama, and one regional route, Lilongwe in Malawi.
“Proflight Zambia’s new office provides us with a large, well-designed base from which to continue providing our friendly service, and enables us to expand our capacity as we grow,” said Proflight director of government and industry affairs Captain Philip Lemba.
“This move demonstrates Proflight Zambia’s long-term commitment to growing the aviation sector and putting Zambia on the regional and international map.”
The airline, which celebrates 23 years of operation this year operates three 29-seater Jetstream 41 aircraft; four 18-seater Jetstream 32; and two 12-seater Cessna Caravan C208 aircraft.
The company has moved from its previous head office in Addis Ababa Drive and ticket sales are now available from the airline’s office next to the South Sun Ridgeway Hotel in Church Road, as well as at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport, and through offices at the airports in Livingstone, Ndola, Kasama, Chipata, Mansa, Mfuwe and Solwezi.
Bookings are also available online at www.flyzambia.com where payment can be made using any Visa, MasterCard or American Express debit or credit card as well as using Airtel Money or PayPal.

 

 

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