Kenya Airways new Middle East route

Kenya Airways launches Abu Dhabi-Nairobi flights

Kenya Airways has started a new three flights a week service between Abu Dhabi and Nairobi.

The aircraft has 145 seating capacity divided between business and economy classes. This will become their third Middle East destination after Dubai and Jeddah.

The new connectivity between two major regions will contribute towards Abu Dhabi International Airport's growth as an international hub and will enable the airport to act as the Middle East's gateway to Africa. Kenya Airways code-share agreement with Etihad Airways will allow Kenya Airways' passengers to  connect to Etihad Airways' other destinations, and for Etihad Airways-originating passengers to reach new destinations in Africa.