My sister is getting married in Lusaka in Zambia. Below is a quick list of airlines and how you can get to Zambia from Europe and the Middle East.
Flying to Lusaka Airport (IATA Airport code: LUN)
Direct flights from Europe:
British Airways from London Heathrow (LHR). Every Wednesday, Friday, Sunday.
A comprehensive list is on:
Your options are generally connecting in Johannesburg, as most of the flights from Lusaka end up in Johannesburg.
Flights to Johannesburg are very frequent, with most airlines operating daily.
British Airways: London
Cathay Pacific: Hong Kong
Delta Air Lines: Atlanta
Etihad Airways: Abu Dhabi
Qatar Airways: Doha
Saudi Arabian Airlines: Jeddah
South African Airways: Accra, Blantyre, Buenos Aires-Ezeiza, Dakar, Dar es Salaam, Entebbe, Frankfurt, Harare, Hong Kong, Kinshasa, Lagos, Lilongwe, Livingstone, London-Heathrow, Luanda, Lubumbashi, Lusaka, Maputo, Mauritius, Mumbai, Munich, New York-JFK, Perth, São Paulo-Guarulhos, Victoria Falls, Washington-Dulles, Windhoek
Swiss International Air Lines: Zürich
TAP Portugal: Lisbon, Maputo
Turkish Airlines: Istanbul-Atatürk
Virgin Atlantic: London-Heathrow
Then you can connect to one of the many daily flights from Johanessburg on South African Airlines, Zambezi Airways, or Air Namibia.
Kayak.com, expedia.com/co.uk and opodo.com are good places to buy the tickets from.
This website will tell you if you need a visa or not, and the cost of the visa.
Things to do in Zambia
Safaris are great way of experiencing the wildlife in Africa.
and Plenty more, but I haven’t finished my research yet 🙂
Hope this helps, if you have anything to add or questions, please do give me a shout.