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Average Airfares For Flights To Lusaka In July and August 2019

Travelling From July 2019
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August 2019
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London Heathrow to Lusaka £727 - £1781 £404 - £1100  
Glasgow to Lusaka £800 - £1739 £515 - £1434  
Manchester to Lusaka £834 - £1516 £690 - £1630  
Birmingham to Lusaka £999 - £1707 £557 - £1368  
London Gatwick to Lusaka £924 - £1915 £525 - £1436  

Which Are The Popular Airlines Flying To Lusaka?

  • Emirates
  • South African Airways
  • Turkish Airlines
  • Ethiopian Airlines
  • Kenya Airways
  • RwandAir

Which Airlines Operate Direct Flights To Lusaka?

From the United Kingdom, no direct flights are being operated for Lusaka in 2019. Travellers can look forward to connecting flights, which are available from all the major airports in the UK. South African Airways, Emirates, Ethiopian Airlines, Turkish Airlines, and Kenya Airways are some of the leading airlines offering indirect flights to Lusaka from the UK.

How Long Is The Flight To Lusaka?

  • The minimum flight duration from London Heathrow to Lusaka is 13 hours and 10 minutes. These flights are operated by Ethiopian Airlines, which flies via Addis Ababa.
  • The flight duration from London Gatwick to Lusaka is 14 hours and 55 minutes minimum with Turkish Airlines. This is a one-stop flight via Istanbul.
  • From Edinburgh to Lusaka, the average flight duration is 15 hours and 50 minutes. Emirates is the operating airline and Dubai is the stopover.
  • Turkish Airlines operates the shortest connecting flights to Lusaka from Manchester. It takes 14 hours and 45 minutes for the flight to reach Lusaka and that includes the time spent on stopover (Istanbul).
  • The flight duration from Birmingham to Lusaka is 15 hours and 55 minutes with Emirates. The airline flies via Dubai.

Are Cheap Flights To Lusaka Available With Emirates?

Yes, cheap flights to Lusaka are definitely available with Emirates. A return flight for Lusaka from London can cost as low as 499 GBP. In fact, Emirates is the most popular airline for connecting flights to Lusaka from the UK. Emirates operates this network more thoroughly than any other airline with routes set for Lusaka from different airports in the United Kingdom. From London alone, Emirates operates connecting flights from the Heathrow Airport, the Gatwick Airport, and the Stansted Airport. The airline also serves Birmingham, Manchester, Edinburgh, and Newcastle.

When Can I Find The Cheapest Flight To Lusaka?

You may find the cheapest flights to Lusaka in October, the low season in other words. There is a good chance that airlines might throw a discount to boost sales during the off-peak season and this may be the thing you are waiting for. Why not give us a call for further consultation or sign up for our newsletter? We keep our eyes peeled for last-minute discounts and flash sales, and if something comes up, we will let you know through the newsletter.

Which Airline Offers The Cheapest Tickets From London To Lusaka?

Kenya Airways offers the cheapest tickets from London to Lusaka with prices starting from 425 GBP. This is for a single adult passenger flying in economy class. If you book with Kenya Airways, you are likely to get the cheapest flights to Lusaka from London. Kenya Airways is a major player in the aviation industry and offers indirect flights to Lusaka via Nairobi.

Which Is The Main International Airport In Lusaka?

The Kenneth Kaunda International Airport, having the IATA code LUN, is the international airport serving flights to and from Lusaka. The airport, commonly dubbed as Lusaka Airport, is situated at a distance of 26 kilometres from centre city Lusaka. There are formal auto rental companies in Lusaka which require advanced booking prior to your arrival by air. Other than that, cab service is mainly utilised to reach the city from the airport, which is only a 20-minute drive.

When Is The Best Time To Visit Lusaka?

How well timed on the part of those booking cheap flights to Lusaka in between early May and late August; the dry season so to speak. You can visit the safari together with other outdoor activities during this period without having to get worked up on the weather at least. An average temperature of 17 °C allows you to follow the herd animals without breaking a sweat. What keeps the Zambian heart beating throughout the year is a series of local events and celebrations. The best is obviously the Lusaka Color Festival which falls in May (the peak season).

What Are The Major Tourist Attractions In Lusaka?

Lusaka - The Cultural Hub of Zambia:

The capital city of Lusaka plays a strong role in the overall cultural representation of Zambia. It has the country’s National Museum featuring art sculptures and exhibition galleries under one roof. Other avenues for art in the city include the Henry Tayali Visual Arts Centre, headed by a local artist, and depicting the rural setup, flora and fauna of the country.

To get a genuine overlook of the country’s rural area without marching out of Lusaka, the Kabwata Cultural Village is located near the National University in the city.

Lusaka - A Trendy Safari Site:

A picturesque background of dwarfed mountains, with streams for canoeing and exploring wildlife, define the country’s Lower National Park that stretches across the Southern suburbs of the city. Other parks for a safari tour include the Chaminuka Game Reserve and Parays Game Ranch. Only those tourists succeed in making the most out of this excursion that plan their tour in advance and take regular breaks for refreshments and perhaps a fresh change of clothes.

hotel and accommodation options in lusaka:

Since the larger number of posh hotels and restaurants are centrally concentrated, tourists targeting specific urban centres on their transit across Zambia favour and recommend central Lusaka, where different options are available to match the style and comforts of many. Select dates, book your holidays in Lusaka and get pampered in any of the following first-class hotels: Southern Sun Ridgeway, StayEasy Lusaka, Taj Pamodzi, Radisson Blu and Intercontinental are first-rate options that actually deliver the holiday experience advertised so often in media.

Gymnasium, spas, assorted beverages in the minibar, buffets and what not, whichever one you choose you cannot go wrong. Then there are others; Protea Hotel and Best Western Plus Lusaka Grand Hotel. Prices may be high but there’s usually something on the house every now and then- a show, a signature dish, a bottle of wine complementary. What's more is that they have organized eateries with cooking clubs, brunches and high teas along with pools.

The Zambian capital has many upmarket guest houses and bed & breakfasts on locations that count the most to a tourist and with adequate services to smooth the progress of a short as well as a long term trip. Rent your choice from among Sarek Creek B and B, Roma Place, Wayside Guest House and Shiwa Ng’ andu. But if you really have your heart set on a wildlife lodge, and there are quite a few of them located in the suburbs close to the game reserves and wildlife parks, the Protea Hotel Safari Lodge is a recurring name that one hears from tourists. If all else fails, surely a hammock would not.

quality restaurants and eateries in lusaka:

Place your order for a steak in Chicago’s- the best steakhouse in Manda Hill Shopping Mall- and one of the best overall. Cattleman’s Grill and Marlins are other steakhouses worth the cost. Travelling round the clock only to find unfamiliar food on the table can make some of us a bit agitated… actually, most of us can relate. Rhapsody’s, Design House Cafe, Four Seasons Bistro and Mint Lounge make sure their menus list as many international dishes as possible to cater to the widest spectrum of tourists. One restaurant Dil, for instance, is famous for its Indian cookery whereas Sechuan takes credit for being the top server of Chinese food. Enjoy these lunch breaks... they are there for a reason.

Handy Tips you should know before your departure!
  • You can fly to Lusaka from 10 UK airports
  • The average flight time between UK and Lusaka is 10 hours 15 minutes.
  • British Airways is a preferred airline between London and Lusaka connecting you via Jo'burg.
  • The distance between London to Lusaka is 4932 miles
  • The lowest fare for Lusaka can be approx £531 and the highest can be over £2000 for business class. 
  • Currently there are no non-stop flights available for Lusaka from UK
  • British Airways, Ethiopian Airways, Emirates and Kenyan Airways offer the cheapest fares for Lusaka.
  • UK and Lusaka have a two hours time difference
  • Ethiopian Airlines offers the best baggage allowance for Lusaka flights that is 23kgx2 bags


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