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According to a statement issued by the airline, the Dar es Salaam flights will add to the airline’s growing list of international destinations, among them Juba in South Sudan and Zanzibar. The airline will initially operate three flights every week from Nairobi to Dar es Salaam, however it is targeting two flights per day in future.
“Ours is an airline that provides low-cost products and services without compromising on quality. For example, we will not charge for extra luggage or a pet,” said, Director of Operations Nickson Ooko
Angeline Musili from the Tanzanian High Commission said the flights would be a boon for both Kenya’s and Tanzania’s tourism sectors.