16 November, 2015
Jambojet, the low cost brand of Kenya Airways, today reported financial results for the first six months ending September, recording a profit of KES 57 million compared to a loss of KES 237 million during the same period last year.
14 October, 2015
Kenyan low cost carrier Jambojet has increased its daily flights to Eldoret by fifty percent, each way, in a bid to tap into the growing number of passengers travelling to and from Uasin Gishu County and beyond.
10 September, 2015
Since the introduction of low cost flying in Kenya a one and a half year ago, air travel has become accessible to more Kenyans and is no longer considered a preserve of the rich. As such, more Kenyans are opting to fly rather than travel by road or rail especially over long distances.
02 July, 2015
(L-R Jambojet CEO Willem Hondius and H.E. Salim Mvurya, Governor of Kwale County)
18 June, 2015
The number of passengers flying Jambojet to its coastal destinations has grown significantly with travelers taking advantage of its competitive fares. But the low cost carrier has cited delays in expansion of airports as a major constraint.
29 April, 2015
The airline, which has grown the Kenya’s domestic market by about 30%, officially opened its Eldoret office today at a ceremony presided over by Uasin Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago.
23 April, 2015
Jambojet has increased flights to Kisumu and Ukunda (Diani) as it scales up operations in the domestic market.
12 March, 2015
Kenyan low cost carrier Jambojet has launched flights to three new destinations in the country’s coastal region
08 January, 2015
Jambojet has rescinded their decision to suspend its flights to Lamu. This follows an announcement by Kenyan Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) that the repair works on the runway had been completed and Jambojet is now allowed to use the full runway in Manda Airstrip.