KQ eye increased business in France with Dreamliner
07 May 2014, 15:04
Nairobi - Kenya Airways is seeking to tap into the growing EU
market by flying its recently acquired Boeing 787 Dreamliner to Paris
from June 3, the airline said on Wednesday.
The airline's CEO Titus Naikuni said the Paris route which will offer
strong business and cultural opportunities to customers as part of
Kenya Airways expansion into European routes.
The airline will fly the dreamliner between its hub at the Jomo
Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) in Nairobi and the Charles de
Gaulle Airport in Paris, France. At the moment, the route is served by a
Boeing 767 aircraft.
Kenya Airways which is among the largest carriers in Africa, is
expanding fast as part of its 10 year strategic plan to transport
travellers and cargo in and out of Africa through its Nairobi hub.