Proflight Zambia


Founded in 1991, Proflight Zambia is a reputable airline rooted in Lusaka, Zambia. With a prime focus on serving the business community and the flourishing tourism sector, Proflight Zambia, operating under Proflight Commuter Services Ltd., stands as the largest airline in Zambia in terms of fleet size and the variety of routes covered. The company has undergone significant growth, establishing itself as an integral part of Zambia’s aviation sector. The airline is steered by Tony Irwin, its founder and CEO, along with Capt. Philip Lemba, the director of government and industrial affairs.


Proflight Zambia operates an array of domestic routes, connecting Lusaka to destinations like Livingstone, Mfuwe, Lower Zambezi, Ndola, and Solwezi. The airline has expanded its wings to international skies as well, with routes leading to Johannesburg and Durban in South Africa. In collaboration with Airlink South Africa, Proflight also ventures to Cape Town. However, due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Durban route remains temporarily suspended.


Proflight Zambia boasts a diverse fleet, ensuring optimal service to its passengers. The lineup includes a Boeing 737-500 leased from Africa Charter Airline, a Bombardier CRJ100, a Bombardier CRJ200, three British Aerospace Jetstream 41s, and a British Aerospace Jetstream 32. This diverse range of aircraft allows Proflight to cater to different travel needs, from larger commercial flights to smaller, regional trips.


  • IATA: P0

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