British Airways suspended its three times a week service from London Heathrow to Lusaka on the 27th October, 2013 but has continued to fly weekly to Livingstone from Johannesburg and vice versa. The airline is fully committed to Africa and has continued to serve East Africa with a daily service to Nairobi and a thrice weekly service to Entebbe, increasing to four times a week. British Airways is also one of the leading cargo airlines, carrying freight, mail and courier.
Based in Waterside near its main hub at London Heathrow Airport, British Airways is the flag carrier airline of the United Kingdom. It is the largest airline based on fleet size, international flights and destinations. Measured by passengers carried it is second-largest in Britain. The airline flies weekly to Livingstone from Johannesburg.
Flies weekly to Livingstone from Johannesburg and vice versa
Travel economy, premium economy, business or first class
One of the leading cargo airlines, carrying freight, mail and courier
The BA 6292 is an international flight departing from Livingstone airport, Zambia and arriving at O.R. Tambo, Johannesburg airport, South Africa. The flight duration is 1hr 45m.
The airline has a range of travel classes on offer that include economy, premium economy, business and first class. There is something for every taste and budget. No matter how you choose travel, the airline aims to make your journey more enjoyable and special.
British Airways has taken time to think about all the little details that will make your journey comfortable, enjoyable and special, when designing their cabins.