Proflight Zambia, the operator of the largest fleet of aircraft in Zambia, just announced the introduction of a scheduled service between Kenneth Kaunda International Airport (LUN) in Lusaka and Mbala Airport (MMQ) in Mbala in Zambia's Northern Province. Subject to regulatory approval, Proflight Zambia plans to begin scheduled flights between the two destinations by June 2016. Flights will loaded in the system and available for booking from 23 May 2016. As an result of the introduction of flights to Mbala, Proflight Zambia will cancel its service to Kasama.
The flight from Lusaka to Mbala will enable travellers to still easily access Kasama, as well as tourist destinations on the shores of Lake Tanganyika. Proflight Zambia will be putting on a shuttle between Kasama and Mbala airports for the convenience of those customers in Kasama.