27-07-2017 by redazione
Everyone is flying back to Kenya.
Airlines, driven by the great demand for business travel and the reborn tourist interest for one of the most sought after safari destinations in the Continent, have resumed their destination in Nairobi, as well as charters reevaluating flights from Europe on Mombasa.
We had given a few days ago the news of the resumption of flights from the Dutch company TUI, which from November will arrive weekly from Amsterdam on the Kenyan coast, while Emirates has long added daily flights to those of its low cost line.
Now it is the turn of the giant Air France that had first entrusted its routes to the joint venture with Kenya Airways, then with the problems of the Kenyan flag company, had left reins in the hands of KLM.
Demands for a direct flight by businessmen and travel agencies have convinced the French to re-enable Air France flights from Paris starting next year, exactly as of March 2018.
From 25 March 2018, Air France customers will be able to fly to Nairobi (Kenya) from Paris-Charles de Gaulle with 3 new weekly frequencies.
The flights will be operated by...
by Freddie del Curatolo
It could be a matter of days, maybe hours, and the Government of Kenya will announce...
by Leni Frau
Low-cost airline Silverston Air, which operates domestic flights in Kenya, has announced the suspension until...
It is not a good time for international low-cost airlines.
The bankruptcy of British company Monarch Airlines, with immediate effects on the 34 international routes from British airports, has also involved Kenya in part.
The low coast route Edinburgh-United States, announced in recent days by the Norwegian Air International, opens a new scenario for international flights at very low price.
And now someone is thinking about it for routes from Europe to Kenya and...
25 weekly flights from next December 20th from Nairobi to Malindi and return coinciding with the Christmas holidays and year-end.
Program that will probably last for three weeks.
As malindikenya. net had announced a few weeks ago, a new low-cost airline decided to open the Nairobi-Malindi route and also to promote tourism and business between Malindi and Lamu.