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Restructuring: Kenya Airways Suspends Flights to Abuja

As part of its restructuring efforts, loss-making Kenya Airways will suspend flights to Abuja and the capital of Botswana, Gaborone with effect from November 15, the has CEO revealed.

Gaborone will however continue to be served by the airline's with partners via Johannesburg, South Africa to which Kenya Airways flies three times daily.

"As we go into the winter season we have made changes to our flight schedule with the aim of strengthening our network in Africa and more importantly optimizing our services to selected destinations in response to passenger demands," Kenya Airways CEO Mbuvi Ngunze said.

The new schedule comes at the back of a newly launched intra-Africa campaign targeted at leisure travellers on the continent to enjoy various destinations served by Kenya Airways.

"We are constantly relooking at our schedule to ensure we offer our guest reliable connectivity through our hub, Nairobi. I am happy to affirm that the improved connectivity over the summer season has seen intra Africa traffic increase by 14%," Ngunze said.

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