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

Passengers flying Kenya Airways to the US can now connect to 11 cities in America after the national carrier activated its code-share with Delta Airlines.

The move, which opens seamless travel in the US and Canada, will see difficulties in connecting to other American cities reduce once in New York.

“The arrangement will enable both the business and leisure travellers to enjoy greater connectivity and efficiency in 11 US cities and four Canadian cities,” said KQ chief executive Sebastian Mikosz.

Mr Mikosz said the arrangement is an opportunity for travellers to connect from New York, using the direct flight from Nairobi, to other cities within the US and Canada, opening many more opportunities at more competitive fares.

“As part of our commitment to the New York route, we are proud to be a part of this partnership that will open up opportunities for our customers to access more destinations in North America through the John F. Kennedy Airport,” he said.

KQ Chief Executive Sebastian Mikosz

The CEO said the New York route continues to be a strategic route for Kenya Airways that is committed to it as it gears up for Summer 2019, which is a high-flying season.

Mr Mikosz said Kenya Airways will increase its frequency to New York in June from five days a week to seven.

“This is expected to open more opportunities for travellers to take advantage of this route during this high season,” he said. The code-share agreement is also in line with Kenya Airways’ broader strategy to assert its presence and expand connectivity across Africa while opening opportunities for tourism, trade and investment.

In October last year, the airline launched daily direct flights from Nairobi to New York.

Kenya Airways Operated by DELTA

New York JFK – Charlotte
New York JFK – Chicago O’Hare
New York JFK – Denver
New York JFK – Miami
New York JFK – Orlando
New York JFK – Phoenix
New York JFK – Raleigh/Durham
New York JFK – Toronto

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