LUSAKA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Kenneth Kaunda International Airport is situated in the capital city of Lusaka, 27 km 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.
The government through Zambia Airports Corporation Limited (ZACL) has embarked on major infrastructure development projects to upgrade the four international airports namely including Kenneth Kaunda International Airport (KKIA) at a cost of $360 million The upgrading of the airport which was constructed in 1967 is intended to meet the current demands and anticipated increase in traffic, cargo and passenger numbers. Once completed the new airport will strategically make Zambia an economic hub.
KAFUE BULK WATER SUPPLY PROJECT
- Kafue Bulk Water Supply Project (USD 150 million) – Loan from China
- Scope includes;
- 150,000m3/day intake structure, but will only equip 50,000m3/day
- DN800mm raw water main from intake to the treatment plant
- 50,000m3/day water treatment plant complete with high lift station
- DN800mm treated water main from Kafue to Lusaka
- Booster station in Chilanga