Kenyan budget carrier Jambojet to double passengers in three years

Kenya’s first low-cost airline, Jambojet, plans to more than double its annual passengers to 1.5 million in the next three…

Kenya’s first low-cost airline, Jambojet, plans to more than double its annual passengers to 1.5 million in the next three years by opening new routes in East Africa and flying planes more often, its chief executive said on Wednesday. The no-frills carrier, founded by Kenya Airways five years ago, ferries 700,000 passengers a year within Kenya and to neighbouring Uganda after an aggressive expansion aimed at first time flyers who would normally take a bus.

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