Wide-body aircraft for service to Kenya

 

 

250800744_f26c4d9823_oSouth African Airways (SAA) has introduced wide body aircraft on the Johannesburg – Nairobi route, effectively increasing capacity into Kenya by 582 seats per week

“Kenya is a key destination in our East Africa operation and the introduction of a larger aircraft type on this route is an important step towards increasing the flying options and enhancing our loyal travellers’ comfort levels,” says Aaron Munetsi, SAA Regional General Manager for Africa and the Middle East

SAA previously operated the Airbus A319 and the Boeing 737- 800 into Kenya. These aircraft are now replaced by the Airbus A340-200 and the A340-300. The introduction of these wide body aircraft means additional seat capacity on the route, lie-flat seats in Business class as well as a wider cabin and touch screen in-flight entertainment for both Business and Economy class.

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