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Established in 2011, this company provides world class private and corporate charters. As a customer focused company, Royal Air Charters has revolved its services around the needs of its clients. They specialise in on-demand flights to destinations all over Zambia and beyond. With their modern fleet of turbine aircraft, first class maintenance and the highest level of crew training, Royal Air Charters aims to provide its customers with safe, on time and stress-free flights.
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Based in Luanda, TAAG Angola Airlines is the state-owned flag carrier of Angola. TAAG offers three passenger flights per week out of Lusaka. From Luanda, Angola's capital, the airline flies to Rio and San Paulo in Brazil, as well as other world destinations such as Lisbon, London, Beijing, and Havana in Cuba via the island of Sal. It also services 11 Angolan towns. TAAG's cargo services are ideal for Brazilian imports into Zambia. The airline also offers an excellent cargo service.
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This fast-growing airline offers daily overnight flights from Lusaka to Dubai, offering the most nonstop flights between the two cities, connecting to over 120 worldwide destinations including USA, UK and China. Flights are competitively priced, with regular special offers and Emirates offers a great one night Dubai stopover package to its clients. This airline also provides comprehensive cargo services. Based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, this airline is a subsidiary of The Emirates Group, which is wholly owned by the government of Dubai's Investment Corporation of Dubai.
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Kenya Airways operates a modern fleet of 30 to 40 aircraft. Voted Africa's leading economy airline in 2011, it has daily flights from Lusaka and Ndola to Nairobi, Kenya's capital city. From here Kenya Airways flies to all major cities of the world. It is committed to growing a notable presence in Africa but also in Asia, Europe and the Americas. Kenya Airways continues to focus on profitable expansion of their network through a combination of direct access and alliances with other carriers and be the 'pride of Africa'.
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Ethiopian Airlines is the flag carrier of Ethiopia and has become one of the continent's leading carriers. With daily flights between Lusaka and Addis Ababa and three weekly flights to Ndola, Ethiopian Airlines can connect you to over 83 international destinations. The airline has a fleet of over 67 aircraft in the latest Boeing range. The airline is committed to the basic objective of providing safe and reliable air transport services for the passenger and cargo as well as other aviation related services.
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They fly throughout Zambia and the sub region, specialising in air charters for business executives, tourists and small scale cargo. They also provide planes for medical evacuations. Avocet Air Link has a fleet consisting of fully equipped Cessna 400 series twin-engine aircraft. Specializing in on-demand flights to destinations all over Zambia and beyond. With first class maintenance and the highest level of crew training they provide their customers with absolute peace of mind.
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British Airways suspended its three times a week service from London Heathrow to Lusaka on the 27th October, 2013 but has continued to fly weekly to Livingstone from Johannesburg and vice versa. The airline is fully committed to Africa and has continued to serve East Africa with a daily service to Nairobi and a thrice weekly service to Entebbe, increasing to four times a week. British Airways is also one of the leading cargo airlines, carrying freight, mail and courier.
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Wilderness Air links Zambia's national parks and lodges, operating four flights per week between Lusaka and Kafue National Park; three between Livingstone and Kafue; and daily flights between Lusaka and Kalamu (South Luangwa). The airline's main focus is linking guests from Livingstone or Lusaka up into the Kafue National Park. It also flies to Lilongwe, Kariba and Lower Zambezi on request. Wilderness Air aims to provide a safe, efficient and reliable service to passengers.
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Proflight Zambia is the fastest growing local airline in the Southern African region according to latest aviation industry research. The airline's capacity has almost doubled in the last five years, recording a growth in capacity of 89.8 per cent by capacity from 2010 to 2014 within and from the Southern Africa region. Proflight was ranked third, after Ethiopian Airlines and Turkish Airlines, with Emirates in fourth place, followed by Mango and KLM. A safe, reliable, efficient and friendly service.
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Interair South Africa is an IATA member and a major regional carrier. Based in Johannesburg, with a fleet of Boeing 727, 737 and 767 aircraft, the airline links Johannesburg to Ndola twice weekly. In just over two hours you'll arrive at your destination – ideal for business or family trips. All flights offer refreshments and video and music channels on certain flights. Interair has positioned itself as a regional carrier connecting French-speaking African countries, a growing market that has been under served for many years.
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Malawian Airlines, 'Africa's friendly airline', is the national airline of Malawi. From its hub in Blantyre, Air Malawi currently operates a fleet of two aircraft on a route network of destinations: Blantyre, Dar es Salaam, Harare, Johannesburg, Lilongwe, Mozambique and Lusaka. Ideal for Zambian business or leisure travellers. Well trained and experienced engineers carry out routine maintenance checks on all aircrafts to ensure the airline maintains high safety standards.
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Since 2004 KLM has been part of the AIR FRANCE KLM group. From Mainport Schiphol, KLM can fly you and your cargo at a competitive rate to just about anywhere in the world. KLM offers two or three flights a week in and out of Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in Lusaka to Mainport Schiphol. Flights are direct or via Nairobi. Thanks to its efficient network, its modern fleet and many economical measures, KLM's performance in terms of fuel efficiency is one of the best in Europe.
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Air Botswana flies four times a week between Lusaka and Gaborone and provides the only scheduled direct air link between the two cities - two flights are direct and two are through Kasane. It is a small but well-established regional airline and conveniently flies regional destinations that include Kasane, Francistown and Maun in Botswana, Capetown, Lanseria and Johannesburg in South Africa, Blantyre and Lilongwe in Malawi, Harare in Zimbabwe, and Nairobi in Kenya.
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Five times per week Air Namibia, the national airline of Namibia, flies from Lusaka to Windhoek, Namibia's capital. From Windhoek you can connect to Katima, Ondangwa, Rundu and Walvis Bay in Namibia, several other African countries and USA, Europe, Scandanavia and Ukraine. The airline serves as a gateway to all, via its home base-Windhoek. The airline offers an excellent customer service and maintains high safety standards. Founded in 1947 as South-West Airlines.
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South African Airways' Lusaka office handles South African Airways flights and bookings in and out of Zambia. South African Airways is a world-class airline and member of Star Alliance, with regular flights in and out of Lusaka, Ndola and Livingstone. In 2011 South African Airways won the Airline Staff Service Excellence Africa award at the Paris Air Show! It has become one of the leading African airline carriers, offering the most comprehensive flight route network in Africa.
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Flights to Zambia

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 including Kenneth Kaunda International Airport (former Lusaka International Airport), Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula International Airport (former Livingstone International Airport) and Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe International Airport (former Ndola International Airport).

Smaller Zambian airports are for domestic flights and air charters only. For domestic flights, of notable importance are the Mfuwe Airport and Solwezi Airport with weekly flights of 21 and 35 respectively.

Lusaka - Kenneth Kaunda International Airport (KKIA)

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) and other airlines with flights to Lusaka are South African Airways, Air Malawi, Air of Tanzania, KLM, Air Botswana, Egypt Air, TAAG Angola Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines and Kenya Airways.

Ndola - Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe International Airport

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.

Livingstone - Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula International Airport

South African Airways has scheduled flights between Livingstone (Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula International Airport) and Johannesburg.

Essential information for flights to Zambia

When you’re travelling with minors to or from South Africa, you’ll need to carry a full birth certificate for each passenger under the age of 18.

Unaccompanied minors between five and 12 years of age are guided along every step of their journey.

Check the latest health advice and vaccination requirements for your destination.

Before you travel to Zambia

The baggage allowance of your flight will depend on your class of travel and starting point of departure. Customers beginning their journey in Africa can check in two bags of up to 23kg each in Economy Class, and two bags of up to 32kg each in First Class or Business Class.