AMSTELVEEN, May 16 (GCTL) - KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will initiate direct scheduled service between Amsterdam and Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in Lusaka, Zambia with immediate effect to further strengthens its position on the African continent.
The Zambian capital, Lusaka, constitutes KLM’s 72nd intercontinental destination. KLM will fly to Lusaka three times a week using an Airbus A330-200, which is the airline's 14th destination in Africa.
Zambia’s mining industry is a powerful driver for the country’s economic growth. As a tourist destination it also has much to offer. The city of Livingstone in particular, near Victoria Falls, and the Zambezi river are popular tourist attractions.
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