Kenya Airways will tomorrow host an open day at The Hub – Karen as part of its 40th anniversary.
During the Open day, Kenya Airways will showcase its product offering and services. Customers will get an opportunity to enjoy 40 per cent discounts on tickets to various destinations across its network. The offer also includes a special Sh205,608 (US$1,977) price for its business class tickets to Europe; Paris, London and Amsterdam.
KQ Marketing Director Chris Diaz said; “This is the first open day we have held. It is an opportunity for our customers and the general public to get first-hand information on our product and service offering. In addition, there will be more information on the ongoing 40 per cent Let’s Fly sales campaign, which is part of the airline celebrating 40 years.”
From humble beginnings Kenya Airways has grown to become a leading player in Africa connecting the region to the World and the World to Africa through its hub in Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA), Nairobi. The airline launched its inaugural flight on 4th of February two weeks after the company was incorporated on 22nd January 1977.
Over the last four decades Kenya Airways has emerged as an important economic drive in Kenya and the region as a whole.
Kenya Airways was the first African flag bearer carrier to be privatized, in 1996, a move that saw it listed across East Africa.
The airline has commercial partnerships with various global carriers, including a joint venture with KLM and codeshares with airlines in Europe, Asia and Africa. Through its membership in the Sky Team Alliance, Kenya Airways offers service to 1,057 destinations in more than 177 countries.