Kenya Airways has introduced four new weekly flights to Dubai from Moi International Airport in Mombasa.
“The introduction of this route is critical and strategic because it will open up the Kenya coastal region, boost the tourism and hospitality industries, and stimulate trade to the coastal city,” KQ Chief Commercial and Customer Officer Julius Thairu said, adding that the coastal region will begin with a Boeing 737-800 four times per week.
“This launch is part of Kenya Airways’ network expansion strategy and commitment towards supporting the recovery of the tourism and hospitality industry in Kenya.”
This brings the total number of KQ flights to Dubai to 14 per week.
The flights are expected to give tourists from the Middle East, Russia, Northern Europe, and Australia direct access to the tourist attractions in the Kenyan coastal region.