Kenya Airways’ low-cost subsidiary Jambojet launched its first flight on April 1 after nearly three years on the drawing board. The inaugural Boeing 737 flight took off from Jambojet’s Nairobi home base for Mombasa with 120 passengers on board. Jambojet will lease three 737-300s from Kenya Airways’ mainline fleet. It will initially add domestic flights from Nairobi to Kisumu and Eldoret, before later branching out to regional destinations including Arusha (Tanzania), ...

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