Kenya Airways Increases Frequencies to Meet Growing Demand
Summer is that time of the year when those bitten by the 'Travel Bug' experience wanderlust and explore the world. That time of the year is here already.
Kenya Airways has increased flight frequencies to some of its popular destinations to meet the growing customer demand for the holiday travel.
In Europe, Kenya Airways will operate two additional weekly flights on Fridays and Saturdays to Amsterdam, from 19 July, 2019 and 17 August, 2019, making it a total of 9 weekly flights.
Paris, CDG will get two additional flights on Tuesdays and Thursdays for a total of nine weekly flights effective from 16 July, 2019 to 22 August, 2019.
In addition to Paris, Amsterdam and London), Kenya Airways has been flying to Rome, Italy and Geneva, Switzerland with four times weekly frequency since 12 June, 2019.
In Africa, Mauritius now operates daily, Cape Town has gone from 13 weekly to 15 weekly (4 Non-stop on Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays). Kilimanjaro will operate daily between 24 June, 2019 and 31 August 2019, while Zanzibar has gone from five weekly to daily from 5 August 2019.
On domestic routes, Mombasa has gone from 62 weekly to 66 weekly flights effective 14 June 2019 while Kisumu now has 26 weekly flights. The additional flights to Mombasa and Kisumu are operated by JamboJet using Bombadier Q400.