03-10-2017 by redazione
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.
In fact, the tour operator Thomas Cook, who works mainly with Mombasa and the south coast (Diani, Tiwi Beach), but also for savannah destinations, with stopovers in Mombasa and Nairobi, is heavily penalized by the total closure of flights.
Monarch has been bringing UK tourists to Kenya at competitive prices for many years.
Some British and European operators have already supported other airlines in recent months, probably predicting a collapse from one moment to the next.
While flag carriers such as Ethiopian and Qatar continue their expansion and increase flights to Africa and airports, and new lines get licenses to land in Kenya, charter ships seem to have the biggest problems (and not only for long-haul destinations, see Ryan Air).
The German airline Air Berlin, which provides carriers for the German charter company Condor, is also currently in receivership.
The charter company TUI Nederlands, an affiliate of the great German tour operator, announced that it will resume charter flights from Amsterdam for years to Mombasa for next season.
Flights are already scheduled and bookable from next November and should...
Charter flights from Milan all full from last week.
So the Blue Panorama company flies back to Mombasa after six years.
The route (coming flight on Monday morning) is Malpensa-Zanzibar-Mombasa, with half of the tourists who have chosen Kenya (112 out...
The season that has already gone beyond all expectations, for tourism in Kenya, will be good at least until the week of Easter.
These are refuted forecasts looking hotel reservations and especially those of the many bed and breakfast, accommodation...
After the arrival of TUI charters from Belgium and the Netherlands, and the scheduled flights from Qatar Airways' next 9 December, Mombasa Moi International Airport could be...
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...
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.