Emirates Airline announced on Friday that it will be resuming flights to Lusaka, Zambia from 4th September.
The airline will operate two weekly flights to Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in Lusaka, Zambia from the first week of September. This will increase the global network of the airline to a total of 79 destinations, out of which 9 destinations are in Africa.
The flights to Lusaka will depart every Friday and Sunday with a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. This will provide greater connectivity to the people from Zambia to connect to other destinations through Dubai. The addition of two weekly flights increases the airline’s reach into Africa.
Flights to Lusaka EK713 will depart from Dubai at 0820 local and arriving in Lusaka at 1330 local. The return flight, EK714 departs Lusaka at 1530 local and will be arriving the next day in Dubai at 0025 local.
The average flight time to Lusaka, Zambia is 7 hours & 10 minutes. The airline will be offering seats to the passengers in First, Business and Economy class.
Emirates will resume twice weekly passenger services to Lusaka, Zambia from 4 September, widening its reach in Africa to 9 destinations. @DXB https://t.co/iTIB4MgKBi#FlyEmiratesFlyBetter #Above_The_Clouds pic.twitter.com/oDbFFH60vL
— Emirates Airline (@emirates) August 28, 2020
The Passengers who are wishing to travel between Lusaka and Dubai can book their flights on emirates.com or through travel agents.
Other African Destinations:
The airline is currently flying to the following destinations in Africa:
- Adis Ababa
- Dar Es Salaam
Lusaka will be the 9th Destination in Africa for the airline after the restoration of flight schedules. The airline is also planning to restore its flight schedules to more destinations in the coming weeks which will provide greater connectivity to the passengers.
The airline is committed to restoring its flight operations to normal by the mid of 2021.
You can check the current destinations where the airline is flying to at Emirates flight network
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