Kenya has on Saturday received Indigo Airlines a direct flight from India through a ceremony graced by Tourism CS Penninah Malonza.
Also present was Roads CS Kipchumba Murkomen who said that the direct flight will boost tourism, enhance trade and investment in the country.
Murkomen continued by saying that the flow of tourists will open the country for business as the country’s aviation sector eases access for international airlines.
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“Kenya’s open skies policy in the aviation sector has helped in easing access to our airports for international airlines to enhance the flow of tourists and open the country for business.
This morning, joined by my Tourism counterpart CS Penninah Malonza we received the inaugural direct flight of Indigo Airlines from India.
The launch of Air Indigo to Kenya will promote tourism, enhance trade and investment in the country and offer fare market competition for businesses in the aviation sector of the country,” said Murkomen