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More Flights On Kenya Airways

Pride of Africa to aggressively expand routes in 2010/11

Wolfgang H. Thome, eTN  Jun 16, 2010

(eTN) The Kenyan national airline, target="_blank">Kenya Airways (KQ), has announced recently that they have set their eyes on seven more routes for their 2010/11 financial year, after already very recently launching flights to the Southern Sudanese capital of Juba. Rome will follow soon, offering their faithful travelers another entry point into Europe before then turning their attention to yet more new routes.

On the drawing board until the end of the year and into early 2011 are more African destinations like N’Djamena, Beira, Ouagadougou, Lome, and Luanda, Jeddah/Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, to where flights will resume after an absence of many years.

The network expansion will undoubtedly cement KQ’s leading position as a pan-African carrier, connecting the continent through their Nairobi hub while the added routes beyond Africa speak of an improved climate for business and leisure travel and a growing demand for air cargo space once again.

Watch this space for the most up-to-date information on aviation news from the Eastern African and Indian Ocean region.

Pride of Africa to aggressively expand routes in 2010/11
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