Have you been hankering to go to Livingston town in Zambia to see what business opportunities lie there in? Well national carrier Kenya Airways have you covered. From 2nd June the national airline will be operating a three hours weekly flight via via Harare International Airport in Zimbabwe.
Livingstone City, also known locally as ‘Maramba’, is the current capital of the Southern Province of Zambia, also the tourism center for the Great Victoria Falls. It was the first capital city of Zambia, before it was moved to Lusaka.
Named after British explorer, David Livingstone, the historical colonial city was established in 1904, and has 368 cultural heritage sites including archaeological sites, historical buildings, engineering structures and traditional sites, ten of which are national monuments.
Also known as an adventure capital, Livingstone offers a vast array of sights and experiences showcasing top visitor attractions. It is the tourism center for Victoria Falls, Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park and the Zambezi River. The town is situated just 10km from the Zambian side of Victoria Falls.
Kenya Airways will kick off its operations to Livingstone under flight code KQ 780 departing from Nairobi at 1235hrs, 1535hrs, and 1740hrs respectively. The flights will be on Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
This will be the second Zambian town which will be having Kenya Airway’s as a carrier and the 60th overall. For those who want in on the opportunities this is your chance.