In this issue

  1. From GM’s Desk
  2. Bioken Snake farm – Watamu
  3. Graffiti at Turtle Bay
  4. Vegan Dishes Turtle Bay
  5. Internship for Students
  6. Stage Park
  7. Turtle Bay’s Community Projects
  8. Sokoke Forest MTD Challenge 2019
  9. Now You Sea Turtles
  10. Kenya Tourism Board New Identity
  11. Uhuru Kenyatta Bans Single Use Plastic
  12. New Notes
  13. Kenya Airways Resumes Malindi Flights
  14. Kenya Airways and Delta Deal to US

Kenya Airways (KQ) is back in Malindi.

The national carrier withdrew from the Malindi route citing difficulties in landing on poor condition of the airstrip.

KQ made a U-turn and resumed flights to Malindi from June 10 hoping to tap into the growing flow of tourists into the coastal town.

“Resuming the Malindi route is expected to create seamless connections and boost trade between Italy and Malindi, two areas that already share historic economic and social ties and will provide greater connectivity to other destinations within the KQ network,” said Ursula Silling, the chief commercial officer at Kenya Airways.

From KQ

Dear Valued Guest,

We are delighted to announce that we resumed flights to Malindi from 10th June 2019, with four weekly flights. Malindi is rich with historical sights, beautiful white sandy beaches and a Marine national park.

The flights will be operated by our airline partner, Jambo Jet, using a Bombardier Q400 with a 78 seat capacity.

Find below the flight schedule:

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