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Kenya Airways to fly Angola route

Following the successful approval of landing rights from the Angolan authorities, customers will be able to fly with Kenya Airways nonstop every Tuesday and Friday to one of the most dynamic cities in Africa. The announcement comes shortly after the 33-year old airline started flights to Juba in Southern Sudan in June.
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Following the successful approval of landing rights from the Angolan authorities, customers will be able to fly with Kenya Airways nonstop every Tuesday and Friday to one of the most dynamic cities in Africa.

The announcement comes shortly after the 33-year old airline started flights to Juba in Southern Sudan in June.

The new offer is available at Kenya Airways sales offices and will be in action from August 17.

Kenya Airways’ Group Managing Director and CEO, Dr Titus Naikuni, said that the addition is a major milestone for its growing African network. “Angola is our 50th destination and the 41st in Africa, making us the forerunners in connecting Africa to Africa and the world,” he said.

Dr Naikuni noted that the airline expected the new route to serve traders, corporates, leisure travelers and prospective travel public at large.

The flight will be operated as a code share with TAAG Angolan Airlines between Luanda and Nairobi, providing connections that will offer a better way to fly from Angola to the rest of the world and vice versa.

The service will provide seamless connections at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) hub in Nairobi and vast city pairs offered by the carrier.

Kenya Airways also announced the appointment of Belchix Company as its Representative in Angola.

Edited by Ellie Duncan

Source: www.kenya-airways.com




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