Jambojet Increases Flight frequency to Mombasa, Ukunda and Malindi

Low-cost carrier Jambojet has acquired a three-year license from the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority to operate in seven new African countries.

Regional low-cost carrier, Jambojet plans to increase its frequencies to the Coastal towns of Mombasa, Ukunda (Diani) and Malindi next month (August).

The move is expected to improve its passenger service and tap into the high demand from customers with 48 weekly flights to Mombasa up from the current 40. Ukunda and Malindi will have three additional weekly flights moving the frequency to twice daily.

Jambojet chief executive, Mr. Allan Kilavuka said, “August is a peak season, which means increased numbers of passengers are flying to our various coastal destinations. We are responding to our customers’ demands for these additional frequencies in line with our core promise of providing convenience, safety, and reliability in our operations.”

The additional frequencies will see the airline offer an extra 23% seat capacity to the Coastal destinations. Kisumu, Eldoret and Entebbe will retain at 21, 20 and 10 weekly flights respectively.

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