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Kenya Airways enhances codeshare with Jet Airways

Posted 18 November 2016 · Add Comment

Kenya Airways has enhanced cooperation with Jet Airways, to now codeshare on domestic flights in India between Mumbai and New Delhi, and Ahmedabad and Hyderabad.

Through this agreement Kenya Airways will  have  its flight  code (KQ) on Jet  Airways’ seven daily  flights  between Mumbai and New  Delhi, five daily  flights  from  Mumbai  to Ahmedabad  and five daily  flights between  Mumbai  and Hyderabad for  travel now  effective.

Kenya Airways Group managing director and CEO Mbuvi Ngunze said the partnership will enable customers of both carriers to get maximum benefit of this cooperation:  “This partnership  will  enable  us to offer  our  customers  seamless  connections  to  the three  cities.  We see  a  lot  of  demand  into domestic  India  from  Kenya  and  East  Africa, with passengers travelling  mostly  for business ,  leisure or  health  tourism.”

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