KLM resumes its Amsterdam to Lusaka service after 16 years
- The Dutch national airline KLM reinstated the route from its Amsterdam (AMS) hub to Lusaka (LUN) after a break of 16 years, making the African city its 72nd international destination. Flights to the Zambian capital are now offered with thrice-weekly frequencies; all flights will be operated with A330-200s. KLM’s Managing Director, Erik Varwijk, explained that “KLM, which is a shareholder in Kenya Airways, had decided to add Zambia to its direct flights destinations after noticing increased traffic between Zambia and Amsterdam via Kenya on Kenya Airways”.
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