Friday, 4 May 2012

SA express to launch its durban-lusaka flight this july

South African Express Is Set To Launch Its Direct Flight From Lusaka To Durban This July.

The Airline Will Be Flying Into Lusaka Three Times A Week.
It Is Expected To Increase To Six Times A Week The Number Of Flights Depending On The Business Response.

The Airline Which Is Government Owned And Has 15 Destinations Across Africa Intends To Expand Its Operations To Other Countries Such As The Democratic Republic Of Congo, Zimbabwe, And Malawi.

South African Express Communications And Public Relations Manager Lulu Bam Says The Expansion In Its Flights To Other Countries Such As Zambia, Malawi, Zimbabwe And The Democratic Republic Of Congo Is Due To The Growing Demand And Growth In Sub-Saharan African Countries Economies.

Ms. Bam Who Was Speaking In Lusaka Today During The Official Announcement Of The Airline’s Intentions To Fly Into Zambia Says The Zambian Authorities Have Cleared The Company To Fly Into The Country And A License Has Forthwith Been Given.

Speaking At The Same Function Trade And Investment Of Kwazulu-Natal Export Development And Promotion General Manager Neville Matjie Said The Link Between Zambia And South Africa Through The South African Express Must Foster Economic Ties In Areas Such As Tourism Which Is Growing In Both Countries.

Mr. Matjie Said In Line With The Link Which South African Express Will Create, A Business Delegation From South Africa Will Visit Zambia By The End Of This Year To Try And Look At Various Sectors They Can Invest In With Their Zambian Counterparts.

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