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Kenya Airways kicks off holiday campaign to popular destinations

Posted 20 September 2021 · Add Comment

Kenya Airways has activated a campaign across the airline’s network allowing customers special ticket discounts of up to 30% off to destinations.

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The tickets can be purchased by the 24th September 2021 for travel up to 31st March 2022.


Kenya Airways chief commercial and customer officer, Julius Thairu said: “At Kenya Airways, we hold customer centricity at the heart of our sustainable business operations by providing our customers with exciting offers that meet their needs in real time. This cements our purpose as the pride of Africa by offering them travel options and discounts that will help them enjoy their holidays even better. This will be further enhanced as government lockdowns and travel restrictions lift.”

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