Kenneth Kaunda International Airport 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. The Airport has a 3.9km runway with a width of 45m 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. Construction of the Kenneth Kaunda international Airport KKIA has since commenced at a cost of $360 million.