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Tuesday, August 4, 2020

PLAN AHEAD THIS HOLIDAY SEASON, URGES PROFLIGHT

Headlines PLAN AHEAD THIS HOLIDAY SEASON, URGES PROFLIGHT

Proflight Marketing Manager Hellen Ngwira Mwamba, second right, and Commercial Development Analyst Mwate Van-Rietvelde, centre, with draw winner Andre Tennekoon, centre, along with Stanbic Bank Zambia Chief executive Charles Mudiwa, third right, Stanbic Head of Personal and Business Banking Mukwandi Chibeskunda, second left, Voyagers Manager Molly Care, left, and Stanbic Public Relations and Communications Manager Chanda Chime-Katongo, right.
Proflight Marketing Manager Hellen Ngwira Mwamba, second right, and Commercial Development Analyst Mwate Van-Rietvelde, centre, with draw winner Andre Tennekoon, centre, along with Stanbic Bank Zambia Chief executive Charles Mudiwa, third right, Stanbic Head of Personal and Business Banking Mukwandi Chibeskunda, second left, Voyagers Manager Molly Care, left, and Stanbic Public Relations and Communications Manager Chanda Chime-Katongo, right.

Avoid the stress by making a checklist and sticking to it, says forward-thinking airline

With the holidays soon upon us, Proflight Zambia is urging its customers to plan ahead, pointing out that this is the best way to avoid any unnecessary stress.
The airline made the call at the Stanbic Travel Expo and Wine Tasting which was held recently at Stanbic’s head office in Lusaka. Proflight Zambia provided customers attending the event with information on various travel options and offers, and lucky visitor Andre Tennekoon even walked away with two return tickets to Mfuwe in South Luangwa, courtesy of the airline.
“The end of the year is always an exciting time,” said Proflight Zambia’s director of government and industry affairs, Captain Philip Lemba. “However, it can also become very rushed, and this can result in bouts of forgetfulness and stress – which, of course, must be avoided at all costs, as this is the exact opposite of what vacations are supposed to be all about.”
Captain Lemba had some advice for those making a trip in the coming holiday season: “Compiling and having a checklist of things to do before, during and after the holidays is a very useful habit to adopt. When it comes to air travel arrangements and reservations, our office is fully geared up to cope with the holiday rush and any queries customers may have.”
Proflight is encouraging Zambians to resolve to take the time to explore more of the country this year, as the country has so much more to offer in terms of domestic tourism. The airline has stressed that it remains committed to promoting tourism and freedom of movement in Zambia through its widespread local network.

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