Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Flight News

KLM now flies to Harare, Zimbabwe and Lusaka, Zambia

ROYAL Dutch Airlines KLM has resumed flights between Harare and Amsterdam, 13 years after it stopped flying the route.

The routing will be on an Airbus A330-200 and will be served in combination with Lusaka, Zambia. KLM says the Lusaka leg of the trip “is not a stopover, but a layover”.

The flight will depart from Schiphol, Amsterdam, at 10h20 and arrive in Harare on the same day at 9h25 every Monday, Thursday and Saturday. The same flight returns from Harare at 22h30 for its flight back to Amsterdam via Lusaka "which is a mere landing and not a stopover."

1 comment:

  1. Nice to see KLM has also started flights to Harare. Unfortunately, KLM has started its operations on this route very late. Already so many companies are offering flights to Harare and tourist destinations in Zimbabwe. Just visit cheapflights-harare.co.uk and you will realize how fierce the competition is.