“Fly to Lamu with Jambojet: Discover the new route”
Regional carrier Jambo jet on the 15th September 2021 made its first flight to Lamu town, the new route will be its second new destination this month after the inauguration of Goma, Congo on the 10th, of September.
In a bid to diversify its product offering, Jambojet launched Charter services in October 2020 and the additional two new routes will see the airline increase its presence in the African region. The airline is taking advantage of the increasing demand for air transportation in Africa, which is expected to become one of the fastest-growing aviation regions in 20 years, with an average annual expansion rate of almost 5%.
Flying four times a week to Lamu, passengers from Nairobi are expected to part with Ksh 14,200 for a return journey, which is much cheaper compared to the Ksh19, 900 charged by its competitor Safarilink. A passenger flying from Mombasa to Lamu will pay Ksh 4,600 for a one-way ticket. With a sitting capacity of 80 passengers, a journey to Lamu from Mombasa will take the new Dash 8-400 carrier less than an hour and two and a half hours to Lamu from Nairobi.
This new route to Lamu is a great opportunity for travelers to experience the beauty and culture of this coastal town. Lamu is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is known for its ancient architecture, beautiful beaches, and rich Swahili culture. The town is also home to the Lamu Old Town, one of the oldest and best-preserved Swahili settlements in East Africa.
Jambojet is making it easy and affordable for travelers to experience all that Lamu has to offer. “Fly to Lamu with Jambojet” and discover the town’s charming streets, bustling markets, and delicious seafood. The airline’s new route to Lamu will also open up new opportunities for business and tourism in the region.
Since its inception in 2004, the IOSA certified (IATA Operational Safety Audit registration) airline has achieved remarkable business growth with a fleet of 6 brand new De Havilland Dash 8-400 which has seen over 4 million passengers transferred across all its destinations.
Jambojet currently flies to six other destinations including, Mombasa, Diani, Eldoret, Kisumu, and Malindi from its Jomo Kenyatta International Airport hub, Nairobi. The airline is committed to providing safe, reliable, and affordable air travel to its customers. With the launch of its new route to Lamu, Jambojet continues to expand its network and provide more travel options for its customers.