Kenya Airways and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines expand their cooperation on the Amsterdam Kigali service, from 01 January 2014
While the airline is back to the green, Titus Naikuni, the Kenya Airways Chief Executive Officer has announced that Kenya Airways and KLM will begin a code share agreement next year, on the Amsterdam Kigali service. The aim is to provide better travel options for customers.
"The cooperation for both passenger and cargo business will allow KLM and Kenya Airways jointly implement further commercial synergies, optimize networks and schedules to better jointly serve these markets and further enhance customer experience and travel options."
Naikuni revealed that from next year, the cooperation will be expanded through the addition of the London-Nairobi; Amsterdam-Entebbe/ Kigali route; Amsterdam-Lusaka and Harare routes; and the Amsterdam-Kilimanjaro/Dar-es-Salam route, the latter subject to regulatory
The expanded cooperation will be effective from January 1, 2014. Note that KLM serves Kigali, in partnership with Delta (USA) and Air France, while Kenya Airways serves Kigali, in partnership with KLM, Air France and Etihad (United Arab Emirates).
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