Lusaka International Airport is the largest airport in Zambia. Its international code (IATA code) is LUN. This is the one on your luggage labels when you take a flight to Zambia.
It was renamed Kenneth Kaunda International Airport after the father of Zambia Independence and first President of the Republic.
Kenneth Kaunda International Airport (KKIA) is situated in the capital city Lusaka, 27 kilometers from the main business district. Due to its central location, the airport is ideal for setting up as a hub airport in the SADC region.
With a friendly people and a stable social economic climate, Lusaka is also an ideal investment, tourism, conferencing and trade destination.
Opened in 1967, the airport provides services for domestic, regional and international flights in accordance with the standards and recommended practices (SARPS), developed by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
The Airport has a 3.9km (12.800 feet) runway with a width of 45m (148 feet) and an orientation 10/28, one parallel taxiway and a number of taxiway links. The runway can land up to a maximum of a B747.
|The reception of departing and arriving travelers makes of Lusaka International Airport one of the nicest airports in Southern Africa. Accessible sanitary facilities, shops, parkings, bars and air-conditioned halls allow passengers to wait for their flight in the best conditions. With a flight punctuality greater than 90%, the Lusaka international airport will guarantee a seamless aerial experience !|
|In order to facilitate your trip, we advise passengers to take all necessary measures to be in compliance with sanitary, custom and administrative requirements (passport, visa, etc..).|
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