Jambojet (Nairobi) has returned its two Boeing 737-300s (5Y-KQA and 5Y-KQB) (above) to Kenya Airways. The airline will concentrate on the Bombardier Q400 turboprop for its fleet.
The airline issued this statement:
Budget airline Jambojet has yet again increased their flight frequencies across all their routes countrywide.The no frills airline has increased its flights from Nairobi to Mombasa from 22 flights to 39 flights per week, while the Kisumu route will now have twenty flights per week up from the previous 14 flights per week.
The new development comes barely a week after Jambojet phased out the Boeing 737-300 which had been leased from Kenya Airways (below). The airline will now operate its three newly acquired Bombardier Q400 propeller aircrafts which makes the fleet arguably the youngest fleet globally.
Above Photo: bandabarn.
The budget airline will have 29 additional flights per week from the current 73 flights on across its six destinations, providing passenger’s added flexibility to manage their travel. The fast growing Eldoret and Kisumu routes will now have an afternoon flight on all weekdays.. Ukunda will get four additional flights respectively. In total, the coastal route will be having 62 flights per week.
The latest expansion increases the number of Jambojet flights from JKIA to 408 per month – only last month the airline embarked on plans to begin operating regional flights to Entebbe , in Uganda.
All other photos by Jambojet.