– Coronavirus pandemic: Proflight Zambia temporarily suspends operations!

Zambian carrier Proflight Zambia has suspended operations for 30 days due to the coronavirus pandemic. The airline will cease international flights effective from today, 27 March 2020, and domestic flights will not operate between 01 April 2020 and 30 April 2020. The airline plans to resume international and domestic flights from 01 May 2020 to Lusaka, Ndola, Mfuwe, Solwezi, Livingstone and Johannesburg on a very limited schedule.

“We hope to resume normal operations by 01 July 2020 but we do not know yet whether this will be possible. When normal operations do resume it is likely to be with very reduced frequency especially on tourism routes”, said Proflight Zambia’s Corporate Director Chitalu Kabalika.

Passengers holding an unused ticket will be able to use the full value of the same ticket to travel within 18 months of ticket date and all change fees and re-route fees will be waived. Those who no longer wish to travel will be allowed name changes on unused ticketed. Names changes will not be permitted on partially used tickets.

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