Zambian, Tanzanian seal interline ticketing deal


LUSAKA, Feb. 3 (Xinhua) -- Zambia's Proflight Zambia Airlines has signed an interline ticketing with Air Tanzania in a deal meant to unlock access to new destinations and seamless travel experience for passengers in the region, a statement released on Friday said.

Under the agreement, a streamlined ticketing process will enable travelers to effortlessly book itineraries across both airlines and to enjoy the benefits and services of the two airlines in a single ticketed journey.

"With the interline agreement now in effect, the aim is to provide cost-effective and flexible travel options for passengers traveling with both airlines. We look forward to enhancing passenger experiences across both airlines," Proflight Zambia's Director of Flight Operations Josias Walubita said.

Air Tanzania Managing Director Ladislaus Matindi said passengers will start enjoying benefits of better connections and suitable travel options in the region.

According to the statement, the interline agreement between two planes from the two airlines came into effect on Dec. 18, 2023, adding that discounted fares for itineraries combining both airlines will be published on the airlines' websites and global distribution system.

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