01-07-2019 by redazione
"We started working on it right away, when we noticed the problem of the return. In front of an outward flight that arriving from Rome, he immediately found his connection in Nairobi to Malindi, the return was certainly uncomfortable, with the departure from the coastal town at 5.10 and the wait in Nairobi until at least 8 pm for check-in.
These are the words of Roberto Marini, the hotelier and tourist consultant of the Government, who finally saw rewarded the efforts of those who still, with patience and at their own expense, believes in dialogue and tries to bring home important results for the sake of the tourist destination often forgotten by the institutions of the Capital and the companies of reference.
The news is that since yesterday it can be booked on the Kenya Airways website and on those offering tickets for scheduled flights around the world, the Malindi-Rome flight of the Kenyan company, via Nairobi, leaving from Malindi at 17.15 (flight operated by Jambojet, but with the same mode of the line, including baggage) and then leave at 22.50 from Nairobi to the Italian capital, where it will arrive at 6 in the morning.
Prices remain competitive even in July, depending on the dates. You can still find round trips around 700 euros.
Good rates for October and November, especially if you do not have rigid dates. The convenience of arriving directly in Malindi, then, is certainly worth that handful of euros more. For those who are undecided, it is also useful to know that booking Kenya Airways on Malindi is good for the local economy and the holiday industry in Malindi.
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