08-06-2017 by redazione
A season full of boost for flights to Kenya.
That is what is being prepared from August onwards (always crossing the fingers with the peaceful outcome of the national elections, but the signals seem to lead in that direction), judging by the moves of the airlines that have Kenya as their destination.
To begin, from next July, Turkish Airlines will resume daily flights from Istanbul to Mombasa, with all connections to major European cities. From Italy, connections will be made to Milan, Rome, Venice, Genoa, Pisa, Naples, Catania and Bologna.
Ethiopian will also return the direct flight Milan-Addis Ababa-Mombasa, in addition to flying from Rome.
Lufthansa after a stasis period, will resume weekly flights to Nairobi, with close coincidences on Mombasa.
In this revival of flights resulting from a large number of requests, it is worth noting the resumption of the commercial operations of Kenya Airways, according to a well-defined plan of the Kenyatta Government. After the establishment of the new Polish General Manager, the flag company resumed negotiations with the countries with which it closed the reports and some important sections. From next month they will resume flights from Nairobi to Cairo, and you can imagine a future with the restoration of lines that have not been operational for years. For example, the famous Rome-Nairobi.
Meanwhile, the Kenyan Government has invested $ 750 million in the budget to be allocated to the national creditors, so they can get further bank guarantees to get funding to resume the business. Earlier operating losses, heavily criticized, amounted to just under $ 90 million and debts contracted with US and local banks to over 500 million.
The possibility and the hope of having a flight more per week from Italy to Kenya, in a few days it has gone not to be for three weeks, including Easter, even the existing one.
The charter airline Meridiana Fly...
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.
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...