As part of efforts aimed at restructuring its operations, Kenya Airways will suspend flights to Abuja and the capital of Botswana, Gaborone with effect from November 15. Kenya Airways CEO Mbuvi Ngunze said:
“As we go into the winter season (starting October 30) we have made changes to our flight schedule with the aim of strengthening our network in Africa and more importantly optimizing our services to selected destinations in response to passenger demands.”
The airline which serves over 40 African cities will however increase its flights to the east African region while flights to Dubai and Mumbai will be increased to twice daily.
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