Kenya Airways and Fairmont Hotels and Resorts Kenya Sign Deal

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Kenya Airways and Fairmont Hotels and Resorts Kenya Sign Deal

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Kenya Airways and Fairmont Hotels and Resorts Kenya Sign Deal

Nairobi: July 19, 2018…Kenya Airways and Fairmont Hotels & Resorts Kenya have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to undertake a joint marketing strategy to promote service offerings and guest experience.

Under the agreement, Kenya Airways and Fairmont Kenya will jointly marshal and position the airline as the preferred carrier into Kenya and Fairmont as the accommodation of choice for travellers coming into the country.

“We are combining our resources to focus on areas of synergy where our products and services are distributed as a complete package that targets to satisfy the needs of business and premium leisure travellers in Africa, United States and the United Kingdom,” said Vincent Coste, Chief Commercial Officer, Kenya Airways.

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, part of the luxury brands of Accor Hotels, connects guests to the very best of its destinations worldwide and providing travellers with memorable travel experiences. The partnership with Kenya Airways will give travellers a chance to experience the magic of destination Kenya with a stay at its three iconic properties; Fairmont The Norfolk, Fairmont Mount Kenya Safari Club and Fairmont Mara Safari Club.

Guillaume Durand, Group Director Sales & Marketing, Fairmont Hotels and Resorts Kenya said: “Each property is uniquely positioned to offer travellers luxury lifestyle experiences whether it’s the vibrancy of the city they crave, the calm of Mount Kenya region or the cultural and adventure allure of the Maasai Mara.

Last month, Kenya Airways launched direct flights to Mauritius and non-stop flights to Cape Town to increase its holiday package and offer guests convenient connections from its hub at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) as part of the broad strategy to expand its footprint across Africa.

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