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Kenya Airways and British Airways expand connectivity between Europe and Africa

Posted 10 January 2020 · Add Comment

Kenya Airways has entered an enhanced interline partnership with British Airways on flights for British Airways’ hubs in London Heathrow and Kenya Airways’ hub at Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.


Courtesy Kenya Airways

 
Effective since 19th December 2019, customers of the two partners will experience seamless travel through enhanced  connectivity at JKIA, Nairobi and London Heathrow. 

This partnership will allow Kenya Airways customers to access British Airways’ extensive network especially in the United  Kingdom, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Greece, Switzerland and other destinations in Europe.

British Airways on the other hand will be able to connect their passengers through the Nairobi Hub  to  Kenya Airways’ huge African network touching destinations in East, Central and Southern Africa among other African points.

This new partnership will give customers even greater choice for travel between the two continents thanks to the extensive networks of both airlines.

Kenya Airways Chief  Commercial Officer, Ursula  Silling said: "KQ and BA continue to demonstrate real value to our customers and Business through our great relationship.

"We are delighted  to  embrace  these  closer  ties  with  British  Airways  and  look  forward  to  working together in enhancing the partnership."


 

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