Monday, August 6, 2012

Brussels Airlines to Fly to Mombasa

Another international airline is targeting the Kenyan tourism destination Mombasa, days after it was reported that Dubai-based Emirates was set to open an office in the town to tap into its increasing leisure demand by European travelers.  

Belgian national carrier Brussels Airlines is seeking to add Mombasa to its expansive African network, which spans to 21 destinations.

Brussels Airlines Country Manager for Kenya, Pierre Declerk has confirmed that the Airline is set to commence a weekly flight from the Belgian capital Brussels to Mombasa this November, then connect back to Brussels via Nairobi’s JKIA.

Brussels Airlines currently flies to four destinations in the East African region Nairobi, Kigali, Entebbe, and Bujumbura. In Nairobi, it uses Airbus A330-300s with a demand of around 30,000 passengers a year.

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