National Carrier Kenya Airways is keen on commencing 10 weekly flights, between South Sudan and Sudan as part of its intra African expansion plan.
The Embraer 190 will have seven weekly flights from Juba, and three to Khartoum.
Commenting on the route launch, KQ CEO Allan Kilavuka said, the airline is steadfast on creating free flows of trade and tourism, across Africa and in other key markets, as it believes that a wide network and reliable services will aid in opening up opportunities across the region.
Kenya Airways continues to build its network, which currently stands at over 41 destinations, 34 of which are in Africa. With more frequencies being added to key hubs, Kenya Airways offers unrivalled connectivity to travelers within the region.
“Growing our presence in Africa affirms our industry lead with products and services that address the dynamic needs of our customers,” Julius Thairu, Acting Chief Commercial Officer at Kenya Airways said.
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