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Kenya Airways signs interline agreement with Airlink

Posted 10 May 2021 · Add Comment

Kenya Airways and Airlink have signed an interline agreement that will extend the airlines reach in the Southern Africa region via Johannesburg and Cape Town.

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Under the agreement, Kenya Airways customers flying to South Africa will be able to connect with Airlink operated flights to Windhoek, Durban, Gaborone, Maseru, Pemba, Maputo, Port Elizabeth, among others. It will also enable Airlink passengers to book a through ticket to Nairobi and enjoy connections to the rest of Kenya Airways destinations within Africa, including Entebbe, Kigali, Dar es Salaam, Bujumbura, and Kinshasa.

 

"As global economies continue to reel from the effects of the pandemic, such strategic partnerships are critical. These new routes will positively impact the flow of trade and tourism across the region by offering our customers convenient travel around the continent," said Julius Thairu, acting chief commercial officer of Kenya Airways.

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