Ndola International Airport is located in the south-central Africa, the north-central part of the Republic of Zambia, the third largest city of the country, the capital city of Copper Belt Province, Ndola, a civil-military airport adjacent to the border of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The airport is owned by the Zambian Government and provides aviation services to the city of Ndola and its surrounding areas.
The construction of Ndola International Airport Project is of great significance to the Zambian people. It will effectively shorten the transportation time between the copper belt province and other areas as well as between Zambia and its neighbouring countries, help the copper belt province and even Zambia develop into a regional transportation hub, promote Zambia's economic development, and provide a large number of job opportunities to the local people and improve people's lives. With the completion of the airport, Zambia will have a 12,000-square-metre modern terminal, a 3,500-metre runway and other ancillary facilities, including the apron, the lane of the airport roadside space and the empty area, as well as a 39-metre high air traffic control tower, which will receive at least 1 million visitors per year.
Beijing Jinghangan Airport Engineering Co. Ltd. undertook the Airport AGL Lighting Project, Air Traffic Control Project, Power Supply Project and Weak Electricity Project. The duration of the project is 23 months, from February 1, 2018 to December 31, 2019.