Wednesday, July 29, 2009

New flights to Botswana

Kenya Airways going to launch flights to Botswana in September this year. This will help locals and tourists connect from Gaborone to the rest of Africa, Far East, Europe and the Middle East via Nairobi.

Gaborone becomes the 35th African destination in the KQ network with recent additions being Libreville, Gabon and Congo Brazzaville. In addition to this, Kenya Airways has revamped its schedule to provide greater flexibility to its traveler. Johannesburg currently enjoys three frequencies per day, while Lusaka, Lagos and Accra (which are key travel destinations for Botswana travellers) boasting daily frequencies.

The 3 weekly flights will operate on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays in partnership with Air Botswana.

Kenya Airway's Boeing 737 and 700 will touch down at Sir Seretese Khama International Airport, offering sixteen Premier World Business class seats and economy cabins of 100 and 129 respectively.