Kenya Airways, Delta expand codeshare partnership adding 44 destination options
Kenya Airways (KQ) and Delta Air Lines have expanded their codeshare partnership to offer additional travel options within the U.S. and increased flights within Africa.
The new agreement increases customers' travel options to 19 cities in Africa and 25 cities across the U.S. and Canada, KQ and Delta announced in a joint statement.
“Kenya Airways will place its code on Delta flights from New York-JFK to Boston, Buffalo, Norfolk, Rochester and Syracuse for customers flying on its nonstop Nairobi- New York-JFK services,” the statement said.
Delta will add its code to KQ’s additional frequencies between Accra, Ghana, and Freetown, Sierra Leone, Monrovia, Liberia, and Nairobi, Kenya.
The new deal will allow customers to connect from Delta's daily New York-JFK-Accra flights with one ticket.
Additionally, checked-through baggage and benefits will apply for loyalty program members for the additional services.
“Customers of the two airlines will continue to enjoy one-stop connections from Nairobi, Accra, and New York to destinations already served by Kenya Airways and Delta in Africa and the U.S., with popular destinations including Columbus, Dallas, Washington and Boston in the U.S., and Kilimanjaro, Zanzibar, Mombasa, and Entebbe in East Africa,” the statement added.
Both Kenya Airways and Delta are members of the SkyTeam Alliance.
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