Wed, 20 Feb 2019
ZAMBIA’S Minister of Tourism and Arts Charles Banda says the new flight courses to Lusaka are an indication of expanded enthusiasm for the nation’s travel industry and business openings.
Mr. Banda said the populace going for business and recreation has expanded after some time, which is pulling in aircraft over into the nation.
“Zambia is an interesting goal since it is at the middle imparting outskirts to eight (8) different nations. The aggregate populace of these nations is more than 600 million with various business thoughts and exchanges,” the clergyman said in Lusaka today when he highlighted on CNBC Africa ‘Power Lunch’ live meeting system.
“For instance, the re-dispatch of Botswana Airline’s course to Lusaka is because of expanded business openings, gatherings, and exchanges between the two nations,” he said.
Mr. Banda said the re-dispatch of Zambia Airways has achieved a propelled stage and is relied upon to start flights in April this year as a team with Ethiopian Airlines.
It will strengthen the effectively existing Kenya Airways, RwandAir, Emirates, Turkish Airlines, Ethiopian Airways and destined to be propelled Air Tanzania and give individuals simple access into Zambia.
“Zambia has exceptionally remarkable catchment zones. We power more than 40 percent of surface water bodies in the locale, so it’s both business and the travel industry. We have everything,” he said
Source : https://www.lusakatimes.com/2019/02/20/new-flight-routes-to-lusaka-a-sign-of-increased-interest-in-zambias-tourism-and-business-opportunities/