Kenya airways (KQ) revealed its program to restart flights to France. Scheduled to reopen March 17, the direct flights will proceed from Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport to Charles De Gaulle airport in France. With tickets at competitive prices, Kenya carrier will resume with one flight a week; adding flight numbers depending on demand.
In this respect, KQ’s Chief Commercial and Customer Officer, Julius Thairu said direct flights to France are recommenced as part of our plans to develop its air travel while restrictions are being less tightened in the world. He added this flight would be convenient for passengers traveling to major destinations in Africa including Moroni, Entebbe, Kinshasa, Johannesburg, and Antananarivo. Our customers safety matters to us and we are committed, he concluded.