Flights To Zambia are generally undertaken by international carriers which includes Emirates, South African Airways, Kenya Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, Air Malawi and Air Tanzania.
The country has several airports, but of these airports, flights to Zambia are handled by the following airports:
For domestic flights, of notable importance are the Mfuwe Airport and Solwezi Airport with weekly flights of 21 and 35 respectively.
The Kenneth Kaunda International Airport (KKIA) is the country’s main point of entry and exit. It caters for both domestic and international flights. There are 19 carriers operating out of the KKIA with a combined average of 91 domestic and 413 international flights departing from the airport each week.
Kenya Airways operates 14 weekly flights to Kenneth Kaunda International Airport (KKIA) and South African Airways operates between KKIA (Lusaka) and Johannesburg.
Emirates have flights between Lusaka and Dubai (Dubai International Airport). Other airlines with flights to Lusaka are South African Airways, Air Malawi Precision Air of Tanzania, KLM, Air Botswana, Egypt Air, TAAG Angola Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines and Kenya Airways.
Apart from the Kenya Airways, South African Airways and Royal Dutch KLM have direct flights from South Africa to Ndola's Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe International Airport. Ethiopian Airlines also operates scheduled flights to Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe Airport.
South African Airways has scheduled flights between Livingstone (Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula International Airport) and Johannesburg.
Proflight ZambiaProflight, the only Zambian airline has also scheduled flights from Lusaka to Livingstone.
Chirundu town is found at about 95 kilometers from Kafue town or 139 kilometers from Lusaka City. Chirundu town is at the border with Zambia and Zimbabwe.
As of 24 February 2017 Chipata became a city, making a total of five cities in Zambia, namely Lusaka, Kitwe, Ndola and Livingstone!
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