A Jambojet plane on a runway. The airline has introduced a three day sale to promote local travel.
A Jambojet plane on a runway. The airline has introduced a three day sale to promote local travel.

Low-cost carrier Jambojet on Tuesday, January 5 announced a 72-hour sale that will see them offer 10,000 seats at a discounted rate.

The one way tickets will be available for Ksh2,100 with the promotion running from 5th to 7th January. The tickets will be valid for local travel between 11th January and 20th March 2021.

The offer applies to domestic destinations including Mombasa, Eldoret, Kisumu, Malindi and Ukunda (Diani).

The three-day sale is part of Jambojet’s #NowTravelReady campaign, which aims to encourage more Kenyans to travel to various destinations despite the ramifications of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Titus Oboogi, Jambojet Head of Sales and Marketing, sought to assure customers that the airline had prioritized their safety and comfort.

Passengers board a Jambojet plane

“Throughout 2020, we provided our customers with attractive incentives to encourage them to fly in the new normal.

“As we start the new year, we remain committed to providing affordable, safe and reliable experience with the customer at the centre of everything we do,” he stated.

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Tickets can be purchased through all existing platforms including the Jambojet website, sales offices and travel agents.

The offer is expected to attract first time flyers who have traditionally been targeted by Jambojet.

Launched in April 2014, the airline has so far flown over 3 million passengers to different destinations. More than 30 per cent have been first time flyers.

Notably, the regional carrier recently launched direct flights from Mombasa to Eldoret and Kisumu, as well as charter services in line with its strategic growth plan.

The growth plan has seen Jambojet spread its wings outside the country, introducing flights to Entebbe, Uganda and Kigali, Rwanda from its Nairobi hub.

Jambojet is the only low cost carrier in Kenya awarded the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA registration), which it achieved in July 2019.

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