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Proflight Zambia partners with Multichoice DSTV to launch competition

Posted 21 February 2017 · Add Comment

Proflight Zambia has partnered with Multichoice DSTV in a competition in which five families stand the chance to win flights to Livingstone this April.

The airline is sponsoring a total of 25 discounted tickets to the tourism capital in the competition, which runs from January 20 to March 31, 2017.

“Proflight recognises the importance of tourism travel, we have partnered with Multichoice in the DSTV win-a-trip to Livingstone competition to boost domestic tourism and give an exhilarating holiday experience to the winning families that will head to the tourism capital Livingstone this Easter Holiday,” said Proflight director of government and industry affairs, Captain Philip Lemba.

“We are happy to have come on board to make this promotion even better through our flights. What’s a holiday without flying and not having a beautiful scenic of Zambia while in the sky, viewing the beauty of Zambia’s tourism destinations in the sky before you see it on the ground is what I would recommend."

Families wishing to participate in the promotion must ensure that they stay connected on DSTV from January until April 2017 on Compact, Compact plus and Premium plans.

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