|Hubs||Lusaka International Airport|
|Focus cities||Lusaka, Ndola, Solwezi, Livingstone, Durban, Johannesburg, Lilongwe|
|Frequent-flyer program||Weekly Flash Fares|
|Company slogan||Plane Smart|
|Key people||Tony Irwin (Founder & CEO) and Capt. Philip Lemba director of government and industrial affairs|
Proflight Zambia is an airline based in Lusaka, Zambia that serves the business community and tourism industry. It is a trading name of Proflight Commuter Services Ltd. Proflight Zambia operates the largest fleet of aircraft in Zambia, operating both scheduled and charter flights.
Proflight Air Services was founded in 1991 by pilot Tony Irwin, formerly of Zambia Airways. On 30 June 2009 the airline was authorized by the Zambia Competition Commission to form an alliance with Zambezi Airlines. The airline was officially rebranded as Proflight Zambia in 2010.
In March 2013 Proflight took delivery of its first jet aircraft, a Boeing 737-200, and later in 2013 began regional scheduled service to Lilongwe, Malawi, and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, although the Boeing was returned to the lessor, Star Air Cargo, in 2014.
In 2018, Proflight flew over 160,000 passengers on more than 9,000 operated flights flying over 3 million kilometres while maintaining its on-time performance of above 80% on its schedules.In the same year, the airline increased passenger seats per flight with the addition of new aircraft types like the Dash 8 with a seat capacity of 50.
|Number of employees (at year end)||160||181||200|
|Number of passengers (scheduled flights) (000s)||93||100||136||130|
|Passenger load factor (%)|
Proflight Zambia flies domestic routes to Livingstone, Mfuwe, Lower Zambezi, Ndola, Solwezi, Kafue National Park, Kalabo and regional routes to Lilongwe in Malawi, Durban, Johannesburg and Cape Town in South Africa.
|South Africa||Durban||King Shaka International Airport|||
|Zambia||Lusaka||Lusaka International Airport||Base|
|Zambia||Ndola||Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe International Airport|||
The Proflight Zambia fleet includes the following aircraft:
|Bombardier Dash 8 Q300||1||-||50|||
|British Aerospace Jetstream 41||3||–||29|||
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