Jambojet has introduced three additional flights to its Nairobi-Eldoret route.
CEO Willem Hondius on Wednesday said this brings the total number of return flights to 18 per week from the current 13.
He said the move comes as a result of increased demand for its services by passengers.
Hondius said the additional flights, which started operating on July 24, will be a boost to business-oriented passengers.
“Jambojet will not only add the 18 flights per week but also increase the number of seats to 780.”
“This will create convenience for the passengers and also ensure affordable costs of travel,” he said.
With the implementation of the plan, the airline will have the privilege of being the only one with an early afternoon flight.
Currently, Jambojet under Kenya Airways, operates 73 flights per week from Nairobi to Mombasa, Eldoret, Kisumu, Malindi and Ukunda (Diani).