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Proflight Zambia discusses tourism at ZATEK

Posted 29 June 2016 · Add Comment

Proflight Zambia has asserted the tourism is key to Zambia's economic prosperity.

The carrier was a supporter and exhibitor at Zambia Tourism Expo (ZATEX), offering discount tickets in aid to developing the country’s tourism sector.
 
“The airline is very committed to promoting domestic tourism and ZATEX is a perfect platform as it brings together tourism operators from all over Zambia. And what better way to promote Zambia, than as one,” said director of Government and Industry Affairs, Captain Philip Lemba, Proflight.
 
ZATEX showcases tourism products and companies from Zambia, such as hotel and accommodation establishments, international airlines, tour operators and tourism boards.
 
Proflight Zambia flies to seven domestic destination, making it easier for passengers to access the tourist destinations that are spread across the country.  
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