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Kenya Airways impulsa los servicios regionales

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NAIROBI, Kenya – National flag carrier Kenya Airways has added a Boeing 737-300 to its domestic and short haul regional service lineup. The equipment registered as 5Y-KYM has been leased from KLM.

NAIROBI, Kenya – National flag carrier Kenya Airways has added a Boeing 737-300 to its domestic and short haul regional service lineup. The equipment registered as 5Y-KYM has been leased from KLM. It is initially scheduled on the Nairobi-Mombasa route. Kenya Airways Chief Operating Officer, Bram Steller, explained, “Due to high demand on these routes, our passengers will use the new aircraft with the temporary blue outside body colors. I wish to reassure them that within the next two months the aircraft will spot the official KQ branding and colors.”

According to Steller, acquiring the plane was in line with the Kenya Airways strategy to increase the level of efficiency on domestic and regional services and offer passengers more choices of flying times and frequency. This exciting development comes in the wake of Kenya Airways ordering two Embraer 190 aircraft which are expected to be delivered early next year and the recent delivery of two additional planes which brought the fleet to a total of 28 aircraft.

Steller stressed that the airline was pursuing a fleet expansion plan that will support its route network growth. “With Nairobi’s fast growth as the East and Central African aviation hub, we expect a significant increase in demand for Kenya Airways to open up more new cities and increase frequencies on the existing ones with more flights.”

ACERCA DE KENYA AIRWAYS

Kenya Airways (KQ), el Orgullo de África, opera la flota más grande y moderna de África y es el estado y la aerolínea de bandera de la República de Kenia. Actualmente consta de 29 aviones y vuela a 50 destinos en África, Europa, Oriente Medio y Lejano Oriente. El servicio a bordo es reconocido y el asiento de clase ejecutiva de cama plana en el de cuerpo ancho es votado constantemente entre los 10 mejores del mundo. Más recientemente, Kenya Airways obtuvo los principales premios en los premios Africa Investor (Ai) Tourism Investor Awards y fue declarada la categoría Business. Aerolínea del año. Con el fin de cumplir con el objetivo principal de la aerolínea de ser la aerolínea elegida para África, han establecido alianzas estratégicas a través de socios de SkyTeam y acuerdos entre líneas con United Airlines, Virgin Atlantic Airways, American Airlines, Continental Airlines y Air Canada. Estas relaciones garantizan conexiones fluidas y convenientes desde toda América del Norte a Nairobi, Kenia y puntos más allá de toda África.

Equipo de Kenya Airways: La flota de Kenya Airways está compuesta por cuatro Boeing 777-200ER, seis Boeing 767-300ER, cinco Boeing 737-800, cuatro Boeing 737-700, cinco Boeing 737-300 y cinco Embraer E170LR… 29 aviones en total.

Descripción general de la ruta de Kenya Airways: Kenya Airways tiene su sede en Nairobi, Kenia y vuela a:

África: Abidjan, Accra, Addis Abeba, Antananarivo, Bamako, Bangui, Brazzaville, Buyumbura, El Cairo, Cotonou, Dakar, Dar-es-Salaam, Djibouti, Douala, Dzaoudzi, Entebbe, Free Town, Gaborone, Harare, Johannesburgo, Jartum, Kigali, Kilimanjaro, Kinshasa, Lagos, Libreville, Lilongwe, Lubumbashi, Lusaka, Luanda, Malabo, Monrovia, Moroni, Ndola, Seychelles, Yaundé, Zanzíbar

Extremo Oriente, Asia, Medio Oriente: Bangkok, Dubai, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Mumbai, Mascate

Europa: Amsterdam, París, Londres

Nacional: Kisumu, Mombasa, Nairobi (HUB)

Para obtener más información, comuníquese con: Sra. Kirti Surendran, gerente de producto, correo electrónico: [correo electrónico protegido] , teléfono: 212.279.5394.