14 February 2013

Zambia: Proflight Unveils Valentine Promo

LOVE-struck couples wishing to reaffirm their passion have been offered the chance to take their relationships to new heights with a special two-for-one Valentine's Day fare from Proflight Zambia.

Love is definitely in the air as the country's only scheduled airline encourages passengers to say "I love you" and affirm their affection for one another - at 10,000 feet above the ground.

Proflight director of government and industry affairs, Captain Philip Lemba said in a statement in Lusaka yesterday that, romantic travellers can book with Proflight at any time between now and Sunday February 17, 2013, for travel between Valentine's Day (today) and February 17 2013.

"Relationships are about friendship and teamwork - two qualities that we also hold very dear at Proflight Zambia - so it seems fitting that we offer this great two-for-one deal to our passengers to mark Valentine's Day," said Capt Lemba.

Booking is easy through the Proflight website at www.flyzambia.com, booking in the usual way and then inserting the code VALENTINE2013 in the e-voucher box.

Bookings must be made as a couple only in order for the e-voucher to be applied.

Alternatively, bookings can be made through any Proflight sales office.

The offer provides for the second return fare to be free on all of Proflight's routes: Lusaka, Livingstone, Mfuwe, Ndola, Solwezi, Chipata, Mansa and Kasama.

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