Kenya Airways has signed a unilateral agreement to sell Safarilink’s direct flights to the best safari and beach destinations within both Kenya and Tanzania.
Passengers are now able to book their entire journey on one ticket and take advantage of the vast number of connections throughout Kenya and Tanzania. Bookings can be made direct or through a preferred travel agency.
This agreement will see Kenya Airways place its marketing code on routes operated by Safarilink Aviation for sales throughout their global sales and distribution network.
This partnership will offer enhanced connectivity to the most prominent safari and beach destinations within both Kenya and Tanzania allowing passengers greater choice and flexibility as well as the growth of the specialist leisure travel sector in East Africa.
The technical and IT support for the implementation of the codeshare was done by AeroCRS
Safarilink Aviation Chief Executive Officer Alex Avedi said,” We are very pleased to be entering into this significant partnership with KQ which will provide seamless connection of passengers from the KQ network straight into Kenya and Tanzania’s world-famous parks. We are delighted that KQ chose us on account of our commitment to safety and quality. Our partnership with AeroCRS provided for an extremely smooth and fast technical integration which will open up a global network of passengers to Safarilink Aviation”.
AeroCRS Founder & Chief Executive Officer Meir Hadassi Turner said “We are delighted to be able to support Safarilink Aviation and over 85 airline customers across the globe with a full suite of airline IT solutions. The technical codeshare integration is one of many traditional and new age distribution options we offer to all our customers”