Proflight slashes fares to Durban

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Proflight, Zambia’s leading domestic and regional carrier, has slashed fares on its Durban route in February and March.

The airline has taken flyers by surprise with the introduction of it Durban Seat Sale, which invites customers to book flights at US$99 each-way between Lusaka and Durban, and US$129 between Ndola and the South African city.

Captain Philip Lemba, Proflight Zambia’s director of government and industry affairs said: “The Durban Seat Sale is a special deal for customers flying on the route between February 1 and March 31, with some of the lowest fares in the region.”

“This is very exciting to our customers. The Durban route is a very reliable route and connects flyers around the world with its international connections. Proflight has been servicing the route since 2015,” Capt. Lemba highlighted.

The airline’s seat sale is now available for booking through Proflight’s website at

Customers must book before 28th February to travel between 1st February and 31st March. The offer cannot be combined with youth or infant discounts.

Proflight flies three times a week from Lusaka to Durban, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. P0024 leaves Lusaka at 09:10hrs on Tuesdays and Thursdays, arriving in Durban at 11:40hrs. On Sundays P0022 leaves Lusaka at 08:10hrs and arrives at 10:40hrs. On the return journey, the flight leaves Durban at 14:05hrs on Tuesdays and Thursdays, arriving in Lusaka at 16:35hrs. On Sundays it leaves Durban at 13:05hrs and arrives at 15:35hrs

With the lowest prices Proflight is making travel convenient and affordable on both its domestic and regional routes.

Travellers from Durban to Lusaka can enjoy a host of cultural delights, including the finest Zambian arts in town at the contemporary art exhibition at the Corner Café, Lusaka, while those who are Durban-bound can savour a line-up of activities including the Lovers & Friends 2nd Annual Concert or Grammy Award nominee, Canadian musician, producer and actress Tamia live in Durban in February.


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