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Air Namibia announces new Harare-Lusaka service

Posted 30 April 2013 · Add Comment

Air Namibia has announced that, as from tomorrow, it will offer air travel services for both passengers and cargo on flights between Harare and Lusaka.

The Namibian national carrier will be using Embraer ERJ 135 Regional Jets between the Zinbabwean and Zambian capitals.

Air Namibia will initially operate four flights per week, two in each direction. The timetable includes Harare to Lusaka on Sundays & Wednesdays, departing at 11:45 and arriving at 12:40, local time; Lusaka to Harare on Mondays and Fridays, departing at 11:45 and arriving at 12:40, local time.

 

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