KQ Safari Link partnership
National carrier Kenya Airways and Safari Link aviation have signed a partnership agreement to open up Kenya to global travellers by selling SafariLink’s direct flights to the best safari and unique beach destinations within Kenya and Tanzania.
According to the terms of the codeshare agreement, Kenya Airways will sell 18 remote Safarilink destinations in their global sales and distribution network, to enable them to combine their travel experience between respective international destinations and 18 remote destinations within Kenya and Tanzania that Safarilink operates.
Speaking during the signing of the deal, Kenya Airways Ceo Sebastian Mikosz, said the partnership will significantly open up Kenya’s tourist destinations to international travellers by allowing tour operators and travel agencies to create unique holiday packages.
The partnership will see KQ place its codeshare flight numbers on the Safarilink flights to allow customers from international destinations to book their full safari experience directly via KQ holidays or via tour operators and travel agents.
In addition, the deal will provide daily scheduled flights and convenient access to the eleven airstrips in Maasai Mara and direct flights to Amboseli, Samburu, Lamu, Zanzibar, Ukunda, Vipingo, Kilimanjaro, Tsavo, among others.