Airlink CEO and Managing Director, Rodger Foster

Airlink, the independent premier Southern African regional airline, has established country offices in Gaborone and Lusaka to enhance customer services in Botswana and Zambia.

The new country offices in the two capitals officially opened for business today. They provide direct customer and local travel industry support with flight reservations, ticketing, and special services assistance, and are located to provide easy access to customers.

“Botswana and Zambia are both important and vibrant markets for Airlink, which provides crucial connectivity for people travelling for business and leisure. As international long-haul tourism recovers, we are also seeing strong demand for travel on our services to Maun, the Okavango Delta and Livingstone (on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls). Business travel is also picking up with increased trade and other commercial activity in those markets. Our new Gaborone and Lusaka city offices will enable us to have closer, more direct contact with our customers and the trade as these markets continue to grow. We have deliberately located the offices for maximum customer convenience, saving them the time, trouble and expense of having to go to the ticketing offices at those cities’ airports.,” said Airlink CEO and Managing Director, Rodger Foster.

The Lusaka office is staffed by a team of three personnel while the Gaborone team comprises two staff and Airlink’s country manager.

Airlink operates up to 40 return flights a week to Lusaka, Livingstone and Ndola in Zambia and up to 50 return flights a week to Gaborone, Maun and Kasane in Botswana.

Airlink’s new offices are located at Gaborone: The Office, Unit 37, Plot 64517 Fairground Park, Gaborone. Tel +267 389 0337 and
Lusaka: Agora Village, Retail Store unit 9B, Plot nr 8121, Thabo Mbeki Road, Lusaka. Tel +260765 6556 59

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