KENYA AIRWAYS REDUCES CAPACITY ON MUMBAI ROUTE
Kenya Airways has confirmed that effective immediately 3 out of the presently 10 flights between Nairobi and Mumbai will be operated on B737-700 aircraft, leaving the remaining frequencies to be flown on a B767-300ER.
This reflects according to a regular source close to the airline the present demand and allows for the larger B767 used until now to be redeployed on routes where greater capacity is required. The B737-700 is capable to fly nonstop between Nairobi and Mumbai.
The airline has also confirmed that from April onwards will the B767-300ER be substituted for a larger and more comfortable B777-200ER as the traditional travel season between the two countries of Kenya and India gathers pace again. Watch this space for breaking and regular news covering East Africa’s vibrant aviation scene.