Wednesday, 24 October 2012
Proflight Zambia offers citizens cut-price airfares to Livingstone and Mfuwe to celebrate Independence Day
Proflight Zambia is offering citizens cut-price airfares to Livingstone and Mfuwe to celebrate Independence Day, and give all Zambian citizens the opportunity to explore the country’s natural wonders.
The airline’s special fares will apply for the next five months, until March 31, 2013.
“We're offering citizens of Zambia a special fare to travel to Livingstone and Mfuwe to enable them to experience what makes these destinations such special places,” explained Proflight marketing executive Hellen Ngwira.
Fares between Lusaka and Livingstone, and between Lusaka and Mfuwe, will be just K400,000 one-way, in either direction, or K800,000 return, excluding taxes. The airline’s saver fares usual start from around K1.48 million.
The offer applies to bookings and travel at any time between Independence Day and March 31, 2013.
To qualify, passengers must be holders of a valid Zambian green national registration card (NRC) or Zambian passport, which must be presented at time of ticketing and available for verification at check-in.
The airline’s 25 percent discount for children, and 90 percent discount for infants, is still applicable provided the child is a qualifying citizen.
Proflight flies to Mfuwe, for South Luangwa National Park, twice a day, and to Livingstone three times a day.