Budget carrier Jambojet has increased their flight frequencies across all their routes countrywide attributed to increased demand and offer flexibility to their customers.
The low-cost airline, fully owned by Kenya Airways, will now have 102 flights per week which is 29 more than the current 73 flights per week.
Flights from Nairobi to Mombasa have been increased from 22 flights to 39 flights per week, while the Kisumu route will have twenty flights per week up from the previous 14 flights per week.
“We have increased our frequency to not only address the demand for our service across the various routes but to also offer flexibility and flight variety to our customers. We will be offering up to six flights a day to Mombasa,” said Jambojet chief executive Willem Hondius.
“The demand has been growing especially on the coastal routes, a clear indicator that Jambojet is contributing immensely to the growth of domestic tourism and the economy at large,” he added.
The latest expansion increases the number of Jambojet flights from JKIA to 408 per month. In December, the airline embarked on plans to begin operating regional flights to Entebbe, in Uganda.