Here’s How Emirates Passengers Can Now Fly To 28 Destinations In Africa With Kenya Airways!

by Anupriya Mishra
Here’s How Emirates Passengers Can Now Fly To 28 Destinations In Africa With Kenya Airways!

The African continent is home to some of the most spectacular wildlife safaris, nature reserves, and pristine beaches, besides the dazzling deserts. And with there being so much on offer for tourists, both culturally and naturally, it makes sense that people would want to travel and explore more on this continent. And if you’re also someone who’s planning to take a holiday in Africa, then you’re in for some great news. Folks, we just heard that Emirates and Kenya Airways have signed an interline agreement. And we’re here to tell you what it means for travellers.

Emirates & Kenya Airways Sign Interline Agreement

Recently, both Emirates and Kenya Airways to their official Twitter accounts to announce their interline partnership. What this means is that passengers of both airlines will now be able to have access to new destinations on the networks of the two airlines in a single itinerary. Yes, it will allow the passengers to have an increased travel option and seamless baggage check-in for their final destination.

So, if you are someone who is an Emirates customer, you will be able to fly to 28 destinations on the Kenya Airways network while using Nairobi as a getaway. These destinations include Zanzibar, Juba, Kilimanjaro, Bangui, Nampula, Kigali, Lubumbashi, Kinshasa, Dzaoudzi, and Bujumbara, to name a select few. Moreover, since this is a bilateral interline agreement, therefore Emirates passengers travelling through Dubai can also book a single ticket itinerary from or to Mombasa, in Kenya.

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Customers Of The Airways Can Also Reach Other Destinations

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Similarly, customers of Kenya Airways, who will be travelling from Mombasa and Nairobi, will be able to have access to the Emirates network. Yes, with seamless connectivity to Dubai, they can fly to 23 destinations spanning across the West & South Asia, the Indian Ocean, the Middle East, and the Far East. These include exquisite destinations, such as Bangkok, Ahmedabad, Beirut, Singapore, Tokyo, Jakarta, and Seoul.

Moreover, the central line agreement will also help in enhancing the connectivity for Emirates customers, thereby providing them with a more comprehensive travel choice across the continent. It should be mentioned that Emirates happens to be the only airline that’s offering private enclosed first-class cabins to Kenya for a premium customer experience. Moreover, Kenya Airways recently also launched direct flights between Mombasa and Dubai with four weekly flights.

So, with the beginning of this new service, it is sure to offer passengers of both airlines a host of new destinations to check out

Cover Image Courtesy: Twitter/emirates