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AVIATION FUNDIS GIVE THUMBS-UP TO PROFLIGHT’S DASH 8 AIRCRAFT

13 November
The nation’s leading aviation enthusiasts have given the thumbs-up to the latest addition to Proflight Zambia’s fleet of aircraft. Six keen flying buffs from the Zambian Aviation Enthusiasts (ZAE) Facebook group took to the skies recently as passengers to sample flights across the country on Proflight’s new 50-seater Bombardier Dash 8-Q300 aircraft, which flies from Lusaka to Livingstone, Ndola, Mfuwe... Read More

PROFLIGHT CELEBRATES ZAMBIA’S BIRTHDAY WITH INDEPENDENCE INAUGURAL FLIGHT

25 October
The national pride of Zambia’s leading airline reached new heights today as the airline celebrated Independence Day with the inaugural flight of its new 50-seat Dash 8-300 aircraft. Dignitaries from the Ministry of Transport and Communications, Zambia Airports Corporation, Zambia Civil Aviation Authority, media and staff joined the plane’s first flight over Lusaka to celebrate the country’s 54th birthday. The aircraft,... Read More

PROFLIGHT’S SHARKS WINNER JETS TO DURBAN

24 September
Proflight Zambia’s “Sharks On A Plane” competition winner, Kathrine Oliveira, is planning her flight to Durban for an exciting trip to the “golden city’s” magnificent beaches. Kathrine won two return flights to the South African destination after participating in the #SharksOnAPlane competition. She plans to fly to Durban with one of her best friends.... Read More

PROFLIGHT’S QUIZ WINNER JETS TO HARARE

23 September
Proflight Zambia’s Lusaka-Harare Pro Quiz winner Ossah Tembo is packing her bags for her next holiday destination. Ossah won two return flights on Zambia’s favourite airline from Lusaka to Harare after taking part in a quiz organised by the airline. She correctly answered a series of questions based on Proflight’s latest international destination, Harare, and hopes to combine a trip to... Read More

PROFLIGHT SUPPORTS ZASTI ENGINEER TRAINING

19 September
Proflight Zambia is supporting Zambia’s aircraft industry engineer training by donating aircraft parts to the Zambia Air Services Training Institute (ZASTI) for students to use as training aids. Celebrating its 27th year of operations under Zambian skies, Proflight, Zambia’s leading airline, showed its appreciation to Zambia’s pioneering aviation school, for the significant contribution of the institution in training aviation industry professionals.... Read More

PROFLIGHT’S LUSAKA-HARARE ROUTE INCREASES CONVENIENT REGIONAL TRAVEL

7 September
Proflight Zambia’s Lusaka-Harare route has increased international travel between the two countries since the route began operating in July. The airline’s efficient early morning flight schedule - operating four times weekly - has proven convenient for both business travellers and tourists alike, in both directions. “We were positive the route would be beneficial to Zambians and Zimbabweans. The 70-minute flight... Read More

PROFLIGHT ZAMBIA SPREADS ITS WINGS

3 September
Growing Zambian airline Proflight has unveiled plans to extend the network of regional routes it operates from its Lusaka hub. Flights to Johannesburg, Gabon, Entebbe and Dar-es-Salaam are all being evaluated by the airline, which celebrates 27 years of operation this year. “Proflight Zambia is already connecting the region with its popular services from Lusaka to Durban, Harare and Lilongwe,” said... Read More

SHARKS PRAISE PROFLIGHT BACKING

12 September
South Africa’s Sharks Academy rugby team have commended Proflight Zambia for  helping make their recent trip to Zambia a success. The nation’s domestic airline sponsored the Sharks with discounted return flights from Durban to Lusaka to help boost the Zambia Sevens International Tournament held at the Polo Club in the Lusaka Showgrounds. Sharks Academy skills coach, Alan-Basson Zondagh said: “We flew... Read More
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