Lufthansa says it will deploy an A340-300 between Frankfurt and Nairobi four times a week beginning September this year, up from the current three weekly flights. This news is of interest as it shows that Kenyan international traffic might be recovering following terrorist action, economic troubles and Ebola worries which cut passenger numbers. Lufthansa general manager for Kenya and Ethiopia Tobias Ernst said demand has been rising on the route in the nearly nine-month period since service resumption, prompting the expansion plans. “There is huge demand including from corporate and leisure travellers, family visitors, entrepreneurial Kenyans, missionaries, humanitarian sector personnel,
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