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Safe Air starts new services connecting Africa and the Middle East

Posted 10 November 2020 · Add Comment

Safe Air has started scheduled services to Dubai-Mogadishu-Nairobi, which will operate every Saturday. The first direct service will operate between Mombasa to Dubai.

 

Safe Air now has bases in Dubai, Djibouti, Cairo, Mogadishu, Hargeisa, Nairobi and Mombasa.  Image: Safe Air Company  

 

The Kenyan airline, which has now has bases in Dubai, Djibouti, Cairo, Mogadishu, Hargeisa, Nairobi and Mombasa, will serve these destinations on A320 and A321 aircraft.

 

Peter Kamile, chief commercial operator at Safe Air, said: “We hold a valid Air Service License (ASL) and Air Operators Certificate (AOC) in full compliance with Kenya Civil Aviation Regulations in 2009. We have been licensed to operate B747, A300, B737, B727, FK50 and C208B. Due to increasing customer demand in both Africa and globally, our mission is to offer value added non- scheduled and charter services from JKIA and Wilson Airports to within /out of/into Kenya to/ from East/Central Africa and the adjacent Islands/ the rest of Africa/Europe/Middle East.

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