Kenya Airways flights to Abuja will be suspended from November 15.
This comes as the airline is restructuring its flight networks based on a newly launched intra-Africa campaign which has targeted leisure travelers in Africa.
Kenya Airways CEO Mbuvi Ngunze said, “As we go into the winter season we have made changes to our flight schedule with the aim of strengthening our network in Africa and more importantly optimising our services to selected destinations in response to passenger demands“.
Flights to Gaborone in Botswana have also been suspended by the airline which is planning to meet demand during Christmas by increasing its flight frequencies along selected routes.
“We are constantly re-looking at our schedule to ensure we offer our guest reliable connectivity through our hub, Nairobi. I am happy to affirm that the improved connectivity over the summer season has seen intra-Africa traffic increase by 14 per cent,” Ngunze added.
Africa accounts for 60 percent of the airline’s turnover, for the year ending March 2016, and the airline is looking to increase this in the current financial year.