19-07-2017 by redazione
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 be bi-weekly for all European winter.
"We are able to offer a new choice tailored to our customers," said the General Manager of TUI Nederlands, Arjan Kers, between the seaside resort and the famous Maasai Mara, thus participating in the tourist revival of a country that has resumed attracting tourists. "
Kenya also in the Netherlands, as in Germany, has come back to the top of the desires of the warmth of its citizens.
Tour Operators are looking ahead of the election, hoping for anything to happen remains limited to the days of the results (as the security reports have been reporting for a long time).
Judging by bookings and good intentions of tour operators around the world, for the high season a record number of record tourists is expected in Kenya.
An interest that for at least four years has not been recorded and should bring the numbers far more than a million foreign attendants.
Charter flights from Milan all full from last week.
So the Blue Panorama company flies back to Mombasa after six years.
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Everyone is flying back to Kenya.
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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.
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