Kenya Airways (KQ) has scaled up flight services to Mombasa, Zanzibar, Kilimanjaro, Juba and Kigali routes.
Mombasa will see an increase of two flights to twelve daily, while Kilimanjaro will have an additional flight to two daily flights.
The Juba, Zanzibar, and Kigali routes will each see an additional flight, with 4 flights to Juba (Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Sunday), 5 flights to Zanzibar (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday) and daily flights to Kigali.
KQ will also increase passenger seating capacity for leisure destinations by operating the Boeing 737-800 to Livingstone, Victoria Falls and Cape Town with a similar aircraft flying to Mauritius on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
“The additional frequencies will ensure we serve our customers better, more efficiently and in a timely manner. This will also play an important role in growing our business in addition to supporting the tourism industry” said Kenya Airways Chief Commercial Officer, Ursula Silling.