Turkish Airlines relaunches Istanbul-Lusaka service
After two years of uncertainty and suspension of flights due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Turkish Airlines has decided to resume flights to Lusaka, Zambia.
The relaunch of flights to Lusaka from Istanbul by Turkish Airlines is a great opportunity for travelers looking for a comfortable and affordable way to get to Zambia and Turkey. Flights will operate twice a week, with prices starting at $841 (round-trip), including taxes and fees. This offers a competitive price for travelers looking to get to Lusaka from different parts of the world.
The decision to resume flights to the African destination has been welcomed by the Zambian government, which hopes for an increase in tourism in the country. This will have a positive impact on the economy, as tourism is one of the largest contributors to Zambia’s GDP.
Turkish Airlines’ decision to resume flights to Lusaka is part of its strategic plan to expand its network and provide travelers with more choice of destinations. The airline had suspended flights due to the pandemic, but with the rollout of vaccines and the easing of travel restrictions, it is now possible to fly again.
Travelers planning to fly to this destination will be able to enjoy a comfortable and safe experience, as the airline has implemented strict health and safety protocols to ensure customers and staff are protected throughout. their trip.