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Safarilink launches two daily flights to Kisumu

The Kisumu service route will be operated by the new acquired Bombardier DeHavilland Dash 8 which has a maximum capacity of 52 passengers

NAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 23 – Safarilink will start flying to Kisumu twice a day starting from 3rd September.

Flights will depart from Wilson at 10:45hrs and an evening departure at 17:45hrs while the flights from Kisumu will depart at 11:45hrs and 19:00hrs respectively.

Safarilink Aviation Chief Executive Alex Avedi says passengers will be able to fly daily from Kisumu via Wilson to Diani, Vipingo, Lamu, and Zanzibar with minimum waiting time.

“Likewise, connections from Kisumu to Masai Mara, Laikipia, and other safari destinations will be possible within a short time upon arrival at Wilson,” says Avedi.

The Kisumu service route will be operated by the new acquired Bombardier DeHavilland Dash 8 which has a maximum capacity of 52 passengers, with fares starting from Sh4500 inclusive of taxes for one way.

 

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