Kenya Airways' low-cost arm Jambojet launches operations

Credit: Courtesy, Jambojet
Kenya Airways’ low-cost subsidiary Jambojet launched its first flight on April 1 after nearly three years on the drawing board . The inaugural Boeing 737 flight took off from Jambojet’s Nairobi home base for Mombasa with 120 passengers on board. Jambojet will lease three 737-300s from Kenya Airways’...

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