Kenya Airways and Delta Air Lines Expand Codeshare Agreement

Kenya Airways takes pride in being at the forefront of connecting Africa to the World and the World to Africa through its hub at the new ultra-modern Terminal 1A at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi.

Kenya Airways (KQ) and Delta Air Lines have expanded their current codeshare agreement further strengthening their existing interline partnership enabling frequent fliers of both airlines to earn points when travelling on each other’s networks and other benefits.

This adds 3 more points in the USA ahead of the resumption of its flights to New York on 31 st October 2020. 

“The one-stop service via New York into North America is critical especially in the current environment as Kenya Airways continues to focus on offering safe travel by reducing the amount of connections needed by passengers connecting to and from Africa,” KQ said in a statement.

In partnership with Delta Air Lines, KQ will expand its current network in North America offering customers flying into Dallas, Washington DC and San Francisco, a one-stop travel option via New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport. 

In addition to the 3 destinations, KQ is currently connecting guests to Columbus, Phoenix, Charlotte, Denver, Orlando, Houston, Miami, Chicago, Raleigh Durham, Montreal, and Toronto among other destinations in North America.

Delta and Kenya Airways are both members of the SkyTeam alliance.

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