Jambojet increases Mombasa, Kisumu and Ukunda flights

Travellers disembark from Jambojet plane. FILE PHOTO | NMG
Travellers disembark from a Jambojet plane. FILE PHOTO | NMG 

Jambojet has increased frequencies on most of its routes following what the budget carrier says is increased demand and flexibility offered by its newly acquired aircraft.

The low cost carrier, a subsidiary of Kenya Airways #ticker:KQ, will now fly 39 times a week to Mombasa up from 22 while passengers travelling to Kisumu from Nairobi will now be served by 20 weekly flights, an increase of six.

Jambojet has also added four frequencies to its Ukunda route, increasing them to 14 a week while its Eldoret flights are up two per week to hit 20. The Malindi route has however seen its weekly flights cut from 13 to nine.