By Monicah Muema
Jambojet Monday announced additional flights to all destinations across its network ahead of the festive season.
“We are cognizant of the increased demand for flights during the festive season. We want to ensure that we provide our customers with value for money, greater choice as well as flexibility with additional frequencies,” said Jambojet chief executive Willem Hondius.
The low cost service will increase its flights to Mombasa from 22 weekly to 31 flights a week, while the flights to Kisumu, Eldoret and Ukunda will have a total of 20 flights per week each. Flights to Malindi will increase to 16 from the current 13 weekly.
Jambojet has seen its passenger numbers grow year on year having increased by 18 per cent. Increased demand on all our routes has seen the number of round trips grow from 2,522 to 3,312 for the financial year ending March 2016.
The carrier presently serves Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu, Eldoret, Malindi, Ukunda and Lamu.
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