What is the international airport in Zambia?

Formally, Lusaka International Airport, Zambia’s main airport is located about 15kms northeast of the central business district of Lusaka, off the Great East Road.

How many international airports are there in Zambia?

There are 8 airports in Zambia with scheduled flights. The biggest airport in Zambia is Lusaka (LUN) / Lusaka International Airport with flights to 17 destinations in 11 countries.

What’s the name of the airport in Lusaka?

Kenneth Kaunda International Airport is situated in the capital city Lusaka, 27 kilometers from the main business district. Due to its central location, the Airport is ideal for setting up as a hub airport in the SADC region.

Do I need visa for Zambia?

A passport and visa are required to enter Zambia. Passports must be valid for at least six months upon arrival and have at least three blank pages upon each entry. … Zambian entry visas can be obtained online through the Department of Immigration’s e-Services website or upon arrival at any port of entry.

Is Kitwe served by an international airport?

Southdowns Airport (IATA: KIW, ICAO: FLSO) is an airport serving Kitwe, a city in the Copperbelt Province in Zambia. The airport is in the countryside 9 kilometres (5.6 mi) southwest of Kitwe.

Southdowns Airport
Serves Kalulushi, Kitwe, Chambishi
Location Kitwe, Zambia
Elevation AMSL 4,145 ft / 1,263 m

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