Kenya Airways (KQ), has announced the signing of a codeshare agreement signed with fellow SkyTeam member, South Korea's Korean Air (KE), thereby allowing the Kenyan national carrier to offer direct return flights between Seoul and Nairobi.
|Korean Air's inaugural flight in Nairobi, Kenya (CapitalFM)|
Korean Air (KE): Seoul, South Korea- Nairobi, Kenya
- KE960/KQ5107 NBO 1030 - 0430+1 ICN 332 | 246
- KE959/KQ5108 ICN 2045 - 0530+1 NBO 332 | 135
“Kenya Airways seeks to strengthen its presence in Asia by offering better connections to its passengers from Africa. Our association with Korean Air gives us an opportunity to offer our customers a seamless connection to and from the South Korean capital,” said Rosemary Adogo, Southern Africa Area Manager at Kenya Airways.
Korean Air started a 3x weekly Seoul - Nairobi service, using an Airbus A330-200, on 21 June 2012.