Jambojet, a subsidiary of the national airline Kenya Airways, served last week its first flight to Uganda. From now on, the african carrier will propose fourteen rotations “per week” to Entebbe, coming from Nairobi.
The low-cost Kenyan serves its rotations between the two airports Jomo Kenyatta and Entebbe at 9h20 and sometimes at 17h20.
Note that the new air route will allow the transport of more than one hundred thousand passengers each year. Airline fares are available for purchase at all Kenya Airways offices and agencies.
As a reminder, Jambojet is an airline that was founded in 2013 to serve the regional routes of Kenya Airways parent company.