03-08-2017 by redazione
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 of 225) and this is a very good sign, given the not-so-reassuring media campaign near the elections In Kenya.
Blue Panorama then in these weeks of August is not affordable because the resorts of Watamu and the coast have already filled the seats available on the flights, but it remains the good news of the Italian fleet that in addition to Meridiana Fly and Neos adds the third weekly charter .
Good sign for the winter season, which will be the real test bench.
Satisfaction with the Kenya Tourism Board Marketing Manager for charter, Paul Karira.
"With Blue Panorama, the weekly flights in August from Europe have risen to 15, considering the Italian, German and British".
Optimism also from the Association of Hoteliers that provides a positive season in which even hotels that have had to resize their reach and their staff will be able to return to full-fledged jobs.
There is nothing but hope for a peaceful climate during and after the vote on August.
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