(eTN) – Kenya’s regional low-cost airline, Fly540, has just announced a few changes to its schedules and aircraft operated on certain routes.
The new recently-introduced flights from Wilson Airport to the safari destinations Masai Mara, Nanyuki, Samburu, and Amboseli are using C208 Caravan equipment. The late afternoon/evening NBO–MYD–LAU flight now operates Monday to Saturday, with no flight on Sunday afternoon. Effective September 20, the flights from Nairobi to Eldoret and Kakamega will be combined on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday to provide a convenient weekend connection for travelers, operated on the Dash 8.
The Bombardier Dash 8 is now also being used between Nairobi, Mwanza/Tanzania and Bujumbura/Burundi. As a result of the add-on routing to the Saturday morning and Sunday evening flight to Entebbe via Kisumu, the CRJ is now appearing on that route on a regular basis, while other flights are being operated by ATR equipment. And finally, effective September 20, the inaugural direct Nairobi – Dar es Salaam flight will also take place, operating daily on the route.
Look in on their website www.fly540.com for more information and the most up-to-date schedules.