22-05-2017 by redazione
Open in Nairobi the first hotel in Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.
This is the Lazizi Hotel, owned by an Indian company and managed by the Sarovar chain.
The hotel has 144 rooms and is ready to accommodate, in addition to staff from airlines and airport staff, all those passengers who are in Nairobi waiting for coincidence for other countries or other locations in Kenya.
The increase in air traffic in Kenya has suggested new hospitality companies to invest by taking licenses to operate within the JKIA airport. In fact, the opening of the Hilton Hotel, also on the First Freight Lane, is scheduled.
The hotel will employ 165 employees.
JKIA's passenger traffic grew by 9.7 percent, reaching the figure of seven million travelers in 2016 according to official figures.
International travelers - the flagship airport hotel - account for three-quarters of total passenger traffic according to data from the Kenya Airport Authority.
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