Skyward, the low-cost carrier, is spreading its wings and introducing flights between Nairobi and Kitale. Can you believe it? According to the Airline, demand on this route has been soaring high, and it expects to meet the sky-high expectations.

Starting from June 30, 2023, these flights will kick off from the lively Wilson Airport in Nairobi. So, if you’ve got your travel plans sorted or if you simply want to embark on a spontaneous adventure, you’ll have the chance to hop on board a Dash8-Q100 aircraft and experience the thrill of this new route.

Skyward isn’t new to the game. Nope, not at all! They’re already operating flights to popular destinations like Mombasa, Diani, Lamu, Malindi, Lodwar, Eldoret, and even Kakamega. They’re covering a wide range of places, ensuring that travelers have convenient options to choose from.

Now, let’s talk about the cost. We all want affordable flights, don’t we? Well, Skyward has got us covered. For a one-way trip, they’ll charge you a pocket-friendly fee of just Sh6,900. That’s pretty sweet if you ask me! So, whether you’re a budget-conscious traveler or just looking to save some extra cash for a post-flight treat, Skyward has got your back.

This expansion by Skyward couldn’t have come at a better time. The aviation industry, both locally and internationally, is slowly recovering from the impact of flight cancellations and border closures. You know, those necessary measures taken to keep the pesky virus at bay. It’s good to see the industry bouncing back and providing us with more travel options. It’s like a breath of fresh air!

What’s interesting is that just last December, Skyward introduced flights between Nairobi and Kakamega. And you know what that did? It significantly reduced the travel time between these two cities. Time is money, right? So, cutting down travel time means more time for you to do the things you love. Pretty cool, huh?

With the new Nairobi-Kitale corridor opening up, Skyward is looking at a massive market base. We’re talking about counties like Kakamega, Vihiga, Busia, and many others. This means more accessibility for people living in these areas, making travel easier and more convenient. It’s like bringing the world closer to our doorstep.