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Emirates to resume flights to Lusaka

Posted 28 August 2020 · Add Comment

Emirates will re-start passenger services to Lusaka with two weekly flights to/from Dubai effective 4 September, which will boost the airline's global network to 79 cities.

 

The restart of services to Lusaka will offer Emirates customers in Zambia the opportunity to travel to Dubai, as well as an array of onward connections to Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and the Americas through the airline's Dubai hub. The addition of Lusaka also broadens Emirates' reach into Africa with nine destinations served.

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