KLM discontinues flight services to Lusaka, Zambia an Harare, Zimbabwe.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will stop operating to Lusaka (Zambia) and Harare (Zimbabwe) effective October 26, 2014. KLM began operating services to Lusaka on May 15, 2012 with three weekly flights using Airbus A330-200 equipment. Later that year, October 29 2012, the operation was restructured to serve both, Harare, Zimbabwe, and Lusaka to Amsterdam. Recent optimizations in KLM’s network portfolio in East-Africa led to the decision to discontinue direct services from Amsterdam to Lusaka and Harare.
Connections to Europe, the United States and the rest of the world remain in combination with KLM’s strategic partner Kenya Airways. Kenya Airways offers fourteen weekly flights from Harare via Nairobi to your destination, with a chance to experience Kenya Airways newest equipment including the Dreamliner and KLM’s recently updated World Business Class.