Kenya Airways Acquires 3 New Aircrafts
Comfort, relaxation and joy starts when you get a seat on any of Kenya airways aircrafts to Africa & the rest of the world. It’s awesome to fly with the world’s top 10 airline with the youngest air craft’s 41 in number flying to 52 destinations worldwide, 42 of which are in Africa and carries over three million passengers annually. The Business Airline of the Year in Africa, Kenya Airways will soon receive three more new Aircrafts to join its fleet in Nairobi a new incentive to forefront connections in Africa to the rest of the World at the new ultra-modern Terminal Jomo Kenyatta international Airport in Nairobi.
Kenya airways jubilate for its two ready brand new Dreamliners which will be released any time to join others in Nairobi. The third one will be due in November 2015 a final delivery of the last order for Boeing B737-800NG’s coming with the fancied Boeing Sky Interior, whose lighting effects have found praise from passengers around the world. The new aircrafts will sport the new economy and business class seats in line with previous deliveries of this order. It is understood that the B737-800NG will be flying in Sky Team livery with the Kenya Airways logo prominently displayed, promoting Africa’s only Sky Team member across the airline’s network from East to West and South to North Africa. No dates have been given for the ferry flights as of yet but the delivery is an added sign that the tide has turned and renewed confidence about the airline’s future addition into the market place.
East Africa has become the main hub for tourism and business oriented travelers recently meaning such additions further strengthen the travelers flexibility in connecting to other regional countries with ease coupled with other Airlines already operating. Travelers stream in to enjoy safari adventures such as gorilla safaris in Uganda and Rwanda, Primate/Chimpanzee treks in Uganda and Rwanda in their natural wild, Wildlife excursion and the big Five sighting in over 20 National parks in the region Uganda Murchison falls and Queen Elizabeth parks, Kenya Masai mara with the wildebeest migration July-October, Tanzania Seregenti Park being most prefered besides other holiday adventures such as Honeymoon getaways, beaches, city night life coupled with Live bands and clubs, Restaurants and a well developed hospitality industry to ensure travelers feel at home away from their Homes while in the region.
The Africa research show that Kenya airways books more tickets two or less days to the travel date for passengers compared to other counter parts in Europe and America. Sometimes flight seats get filled up which make passengers unpleased wondering why they didn’t book their tickets quite early. The new crafts will meet the demands of the missing passengers and keep the airline relationship strong and with its passengers. However, passengers stand a chance of getting good ticket deals by booking their travel ticket at least two months in advance for the domestic travels and six months in advance for the international travels.