New Kafue Park Flight

ProflightZambia will next year start flights to the Kafue National Park. Proflight would begin operating flights during the dry season, when accessibility and wildlife viewing was at its annual peak, from July 1 to October 31, 2015. If successful the airline would look at more frequency and a longer season in 2016 saying flights would operate on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.

The Lusaka to Chunga flight will leave Lusaka at 11:30 hours, reaching Chunga at 12:45 hours while the Chunga to Lusaka flight will leave at 13:05 and arrive in Lusaka at 14:20 hours.

The schedule was designed to facilitate numerous connections including international outbound connections with Emirates and South African Airways, domestic outbound connections with Lower Zambezi and Livingstone and domestic inbound connections with Mfuwe and Lower Zambezi and Livingstone.

Proflight would on request commence flight to Busanga Plains or Lufupa, as well as Chunga.

Kafue National Park was first established as a National Park in the 1950s by legendary conservationist Norman Carr. At more than 22,000 square kilometres, it is largest national park in Zambia and among the largest in Africa.