17 March 2014

British Airways ups operations to East Africa

The flag carrier of the United Kingdom, British Airways, is set to up capacity on flights to its two East African destinations Nairobi in Kenya and Entebbe in Uganda. From the end of March 2014 the airline will replace its Boeing 777 on the daily service between London and Nairobi with the larger Boeing 747-400. This will add nearly 800 seats a week on the route. Also from the end of March 2014 British Airways will increase the frequency between London and Entebbe from currently three flights per week to four flights per week.

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