Published on : Thursday, April 6, 2017
Jambojet managing director Willem Hondius says the market is positive, hence the need to stabilize its key routes.
The Kenyan low-cost carrier is celebrating its second anniversary of its operations covering six domestic destinations. It has seen a tremendous increase in the number of passengers.
Hondius says the rising numbers are being registered despite having the travel advisory restrictions which some countries have started to review.
He says the airline has also introduced a new aircraft to serve the routes from Nairobi to Malindi to Lamu as well as existing flights to Eldoret, Kisumu and Mombasa as it targets the growing domestic travel market comprising tourists, traders, investors, government officials and employees of local and international aid agencies.
With this growth the airline intend to put on additional flights within Kenya and to serve new routes like Wajir and the East African Markets as well.
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