The Journal

Emirates to resume flights to Zambia

The resumption of flights will certainly make it simpler for passengers to travel into Zambia and to travel to Dubai.
Emirates announced trips to Lusaka, Zambia are scheduled to resume September 4, with twice-weekly flights to and from Dubai.

This will not only improve the airline’s worldwide network to 79 cities but will also widen Emirates’ reach into Africa with nine destinations served.

The resumption of flights will make it easy for Emirates customers in Zambia to travel to Dubai, and will also provide a range of onward links to Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific as well as the Americas through the airline company’s Dubai hub.

Flights to Lusaka will operate Fridays and Saturdays. Departure from Dubai is set to be at 0820hrs, getting here in Lusaka at 1330hrs. The return trip departs Lusaka at 1530hrs, arriving in Dubai at 0025hrs the following day.

Clients are free to reserve trips on or through traveling representatives.

All incoming and transit travelers, including UAE residents, citizens and also visitors, arriving in the UAE will need to undergo mandatory Covid-19 PCR examinations irrespective of the nation they are originating from.