Polish airline to start Mombasa flights
By Philip Mwakio | January 18th 2017
MOMBASA, KENYA: Air regulator, Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) has licensed several airlines including a private charter from Warsaw, Poland to start operating in Kenya.
Information contained in the latest edition of the Kenya Gazette Vol. CXIX-No .5 gazette notice no 342 states that Enter Air Spolka Z.O.O of Warsaw , Poland has been granted a two year license effective November 3 2016.
''The airline had applied for an inclusive tour charter on the route from Warsaw/Larnaca /Mombasa and vice versa,'' Mugambi M'nchebere , acting for Director General at KCAA said.
The granted licence includes two frequencies per week and will be deploying a Boeing 738 based in Warsaw on the route to Mombasa.
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