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African Safari Airways resume flights to Kenya
African Safari Airways, part of the African Safari Club group, has introduced a new flight schedule between London Gatwick and Mombasa aboard their 233 passenger Airbus A310-308. The flights are scheduled to depart from 09 February to 26 April 2008.
African Safari Club is currently contacting existing customers to advise them of their revised flight details. Sykes added, “The majority of our existing customers who have been contacted are happy that their holidays are still going ahead. Further to this, we are also able to offer flights and holidays to those who have had their holidays cancelled by other Tour Operators who are no longer flying.”
African Safari Airways’ Airbus A310-308 is split into three classes, with Economy Class offering a seat pitch of 31 inches. Passengers can upgrade to Economy Plus which benefits from an increased luggage allowance, upgraded menu and 33 inch seat pitch, or Royal Safari Class which offers 36 inch seat pitch, a further increase in luggage allowance to 43kg and the use of executive lounges at London Gatwick and Mombasa airports. For more details please visit the African Safari Airways website: http://www.africansafariclub.com/
The African Safari Club has been operating flights and holidays to Kenya for over 40 years. Established in 1967 the group now owns/manages 9 hotels in Kenya, 6 safari lodges, a fleet of safari light aircraft and safari vehicles, as well as their own game reserve in Kimana at the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro. Their airline, African Safari Airways, operates flights between Mombasa and Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Italy, France and England carrying over 54,000 passengers annually.
The new London Gatwick to Mombasa flying schedule can be view in detail at http://www.africansafariclub.com/
Tourists who wish to travel to Kenya should contact African Safari Club on 0845 345 0014 or visit http://www.africansafariclub.com for more information.
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Established in 1967 the African Safari Club group now encompasses 9 hotels in Kenya and six safari lodges. The group’s infrastructure also includes African Safari Airways who operate an Airbus A310-308 aircraft between UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Italy and Mombasa.
In 1991, African Safari Club launched a programme of Indian Ocean Cruises aboard the M.S. Royal Star.
A Nile Cruise programme was launched in 2006 aboard the five star M.S. Da Vinci.