26-04-2017 by redazione
It was announced this spring, the Doha-Mombasa route for Qatar Airways, which had already reached the Kenyan airport agreement last year and had also started a weekly flight to Zanzibar.
Then there were bureaucratic problems and everything stopped, making the decision a few months away.
Now, according to the company, everything is fixed and you can start planning the next season, which is precisely the route to Mombasa with a second flight, in addition to the existing one that connects Doha to Nairobi.
A flight that can also have important tourist attractions, in addition to commercial ones, since from Milan and Rome you can now fly daily to Doha and in that case you will be able to find the coincidence directly with Mombasa, as is the case today for Turkish, via Istanbul, and Ethiopian, via Addis Ababa.
In practice, there will be a third chance to arrive on the coast from Europe, resulting in competition that could also lead to a fall in ticket prices and in any case to a range of choices, timetables and opportunities that can not do well to tourism on the coast Keniana.
Meanwhile, also the "low cost" airline Fly Dubay, which has included a daily flight of only 250 euros from Nairobi to Dubai, is thinking of the Dubai-Mombasa line.
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...
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.
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...
Agreement reached between the airport authorities in Mombasa and Qatar Airways. Good news for those who plan to come to the coast of Kenya flying with airlines, booking places also confident months before and finding the right offer.
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.