Kenya Airways adds Zagreb, Ljubljana codeshare

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One of Africa’s largest airlines, Kenya Airways, has added its flight numbers and designator code onto Air France’s services from Paris to Zagreb and Ljubljana. Kenya Airways said the pact will enhance Nairobi's status as a regional aviation hub due to increased customer traffic from Europe. Tickets from Nairobi to Zagreb and Ljubljana can now be booked via Kenya Airways’ website.

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  1. Anonymous13:40

    Nice!

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  2. Anonymous13:47

    Why would anyone fly via CDG when TK offers a much better connection?

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    1. Anonymous13:55

      because not everybody wants to sit on a 737-800 7 hours on IST-NBO

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    2. Anonymous13:59

      But TK is probably the best airline in the world though.

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    3. Anonymous14:16

      o_O

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    4. Anonymous14:18

      Fly dubay ZAG-DXB flying also with 737-800.
      This TK 737-800 to NBO is "full comfort and loaded with entertainment"

      But anyway I prefer bigger planes for 7h trip.

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    5. Anonymous14:18

      Flew with TK ZAG-IST-CAI and the catering was fantastic! Puts many airlines to shame.

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    6. Anonymous14:45

      Yes TK is amazing. I flew to and from NYC with them ! And then further to Podgorica well orgnaized and on demand service.

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  3. Anonymous21:20

    What exactly does that mean? Will Kenya's planes start flying to Ljubljana?

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    1. Anonymous21:25

      Probably. My guess is Nairobi to either ZAG and LJU as either airport can cover the region.

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    2. Anonymous22:38

      Of course not. A codeshare means that Kenya Airways can get some revenue from jointly selling tickets on an Air France operated flight.

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