Daily flights between the UAE and Kenyan capitals will resume from May
Etihad Airways is resuming flights to Kenya in the east of Africa with daily flights to Nairobi set to fly from 1 May 2024.
Etihad will operate daily flights to Nairobi on its Airbus A320 aircraft. Flight EY767 will depart Abu Dhabi at 09:00 and arrive in Nairobi at 13:15. The return leg on EY768 will depart Nairobi at 18:10 and arrive in Abu Dhabi at 00:20.
The flights will restore commercial non-stop passenger connections between the two cities, allowing Kenya residents to connect to the US, Europe, India and South-East Asia via the UAE with Etihad flights.
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UAE travellers will also gain direct access to Nairobi, which offers an exciting cultural scene and a stepping stone to enjoy Kenya’s safari holidays in the world-famous Masai Mara National Reserve where visitors can spot the 'big five': African elephants, rhinoceros, Cape buffalo, leopards and lions.
Etihad Airways chief executive officer Antonoaldo Neves said: "We're thrilled to be re-starting flights to Nairobi, a dynamic and exciting city in itself and also the gateway to a Kenyan safari, a dream adventure for many travellers, offering a view of the diverse and magnificent wildlife of Africa.”
For more information, visit www.etihad.com