Kenya Airways has extended its flights to Ethiopia, where the conflict is still raging. The airline has increased the frequency of flights to meet the increased demand.
Kenya Airways has reopened flights to Ethiopia to meet growing demand. The airline operated three flights a week until the end of last month, but now operates four additional frequencies. Earlier this year, it only offered two daily flights to Ethiopia. This has changed with the recent increase in the number of international passengers and the relaxation of travel restrictions. Meanwhile, there is also a 15 percent discount for Kenya Airways Ethiopia flights to the country.
A view of planes at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi, Kenya. The flight schedule grew longer with the outbreak of the conflict in Ethiopia. The airline now operates seven flights per week, up from two previously. During the same period, countries relaxed travel restrictions, which helped the airline grow. As a result, there is more demand for international air travel. In addition to offering more flights, Kenya Airways has also started offering a 15% discount to passengers.