Jetlink Adds Two More Planes to Its Fleet
Jetlink Express has acquired two modern CRJ-100ER jets becoming the second airline in Africa to operate the executive jets after South African Airways.
Captain Elly Aluvale, Jetlink’s managing director, said the new aircraft will fly on the newly introduced Eldoret route and Mombasa. The planes will also be used on the airline’s existing regional destinations such as Juba, Goma and Bujumbura.
Jetlink also plans to commence scheduled flights to Kigali after getting permission from the Rwandan government.