The AirKenya group of companies attended the Africa’s Travel Indaba 2023 that was held recently in Durban, South Africa. The delegation was led by Hamza Mwapachu, the General Manager of Regional Air Services, Tanzania accompanied by Anne Hiri, Regional Sales Manager, AirKenya and Rajah Njeri, Sales Manager, AeroLink Uganda.
The team effectively showcased the unique value proposition that the group of airlines offers to connect tourists from one national park to another, across borders between Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania.
Apart from offering regional connectivity, each airline also operates local safari flights and offers seamless connections between domestic destinations.
AirKenya destinations: Masai Mara, Amboseli, Tsavo, Nanyuki, Samburu, Lewa, Loisaba, Meru, Kilimanjaro, Masai Mara – Entebbe (via Kisumu) and Masai Mara – Serengeti (via Migori).
AeroLink Uganda destinations: Kisoro and Kihihi airstrips in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, Kasese and Mweya airstrips in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Semliki airstrip in Semuliki National Park, Mbarara airstrip in Lake Mburo National Park, Bugungu, Pakuba and Chobe airstrips in Murchison Falls National Park and Kidepo airstrip in Kidepo Valley National Park.
Regional Air Services destinations: Arusha, Tarime, Fort Ikoma, Grumeti, Kogatende, Lobo, Manyara, Ndutu, Sasakwa, Seronera, Serengeti South, Kilimanjaro and Zanzibar.
As a group of airlines, we continue to assure our customers of our unwavering commitment to providing unparalleled experiences and lasting memories.