Travellers to Malindi have a reason to smile as Kenya Airways will resume flights to the idyllic and beautiful Coastal town with four weekly flights starting 10 June 2019.
The flight which will be operated by JamboJet using a 76-seat Bombardier Q400, will increase the frequency of flights by four, in addition to the nine weekly flights to this destination.
Kenya Airways re-entry to this route is a great boost to the town, well-known for its strong Italian connections when the airline launches the Rome-Geneva flights on 12 June 2019.
This will create seamless connections between Italy and Malindi, which already share historic economic and social ties and will provide greater connectivity to other destinations within the KQ network.
Through the codeshare partnership with Alitalia, passengers from all over Italy will also be able to access the beautiful Kenya coastal town of Malindi through a one-stop service via Nairobi.
By resuming the Malindi route, Kenya Airways will be supporting the tourism industry at the Kenyan coast that has seen a resurgence in the recent days.