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Lusaka becomes Turkish Airlines’ 55th African destination

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Turkish Airlines is now flying twice a week between the Zambian capital Lusaka and Istanbul, via Dar es Salaam.

The new route was launched on 14 December 2018 and it makes Lusaka the 306th destination serviced globally by Turkish Airlines – more than any other airline.

Turkish Airlines’ Senior Vice President of Sales Mr. Kerem Sarp said they were “pleased to make Zambia, which has outstanding natural beauty including the world-famous Victoria Falls, more accessible to the world.”

Lusaka is the 55th African destination serviced by Turkish Airlines, which is also more than any other airline.

Lusaka flight times as scheduled from December 13th 

Flight No Days Departure Arrival  
TK  609 Thursday IST 19:40 3:00 LUN +1
TK  609 Friday LUN 04:30 8:05 DAR
TK  609  Friday DAR 09:35 16:40 IST
TK  601  Monday IST 19:40 2:45 DAR +1
TK  601 Tuesday DAR 04:15 5:50 LUN
TK  601 Tuesday LUN 07:20 16:45 IST

 

Introductory round-trip fares are available from Istanbul to Lusaka starting at 749 US Dollars (including taxes and fees).

Natalia Rosa
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Natalia Rosa is a passionate follower of online marketing, social media, retail travel, inbound tourism and publishing. Natalia has editing, writing and management experience in the content generation, online marketing, social media and publishing fields, has completed an online marketing diploma with University of Stellenbosch, Honours in Journalism and Media Studies and Masters in Publishing with specialisation in online publishing field cum laude.

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