A subsidiary of Kenya Airways, Jambojet has planned to buy four aeroplanes in the next 18 months to support its local and regional expansions.
The airline’s CEO Willem Hondius disclosed this at the carrier’s maiden international flight to Entebbe.
Meanwhile, they expect delivery of two used Bombardier Q400 aircrafts in June and two new ones next year.
Hondius says the Kenyan government has applied for rights for the carrier to fly to Rwanda, Ethiopia, Sudan, Congo, Tanzania and Burundi.
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