Kenya Airways has just extended its offer to Mauritius. The African carrier has decided to increase the frequency of its flights to the capital Port Louis from Nairobi.
Four flights will take place four times a week (three rotations previously) between Jomo-Kenyatta and Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam, namely Saturday, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. According to Jan de Vegt, director of operations of the Kenyan company, the strengthening of this line aims to extend the footprint of Kenya Airways in Africa.
As a reminder, the Kenyan operator is already a partner with Air Mauritius. With the creation of this additional line, passengers can now travel daily to Isle de France.