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Barracuda Airways to launch next month

Posted 1 February 2016 · Add Comment

Baracuda Airways aims to commence operation next month, ch-aviation has reported.

Chief executive officer John Majiwa has said scheduled operations will begin with the launch of flights to the Kenyan towns of Kabunde, Kisii and Migori.
 
“Two airlines; Baracuda Airways and Fly540 will start flying passengers to the county. Kabunde airstrip has been refurbished and plans to expand its runaway are underway. This will also give doctors, lecturers and consultants an opportunity to travel to the county and come back the same day," said Homa Bay governor Cyprian Awiti.
 
The carrier is yet to detail its planned fleet or network operations.  
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