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Kenya Airways becomes first airline to offer a non-stop flight between East Africa and USA

Posted 11 January 2018 · Add Comment

Kenya Airways starts ticket sales for its non-stop daily flight to New York Kenya Airways.

Kenya Airways today marks a milestone with the launch of a non-stop flight from Nairobi to New York.

The national carrier starts selling today tickets for the inaugural flight which is scheduled for October 28th this year.

The airline already serves Africa, Europe, Middle-East, Indian sub-continent and Asia. The opening of the US destination completes an essential piece for Kenya Airways’ network, cementing its position as one of the leading African carriers. 

“This is an exciting moment for us. It fits within our strategy to attract corporate and high-end tourism traffic from the world to Kenya and Africa. We are honored to contribute to the economic growth of Kenya and East Africa,” said Kenya Airways Group Managing Director and CEO Sebastian Mikosz.

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