Passengers, who will now be travelling with low-cost airline Jambojet, could be forced to part with more money after the airline introduced additional benefits dubbed Smart Fare.
Why Jambojet passengers will now pay more
As part of reinforcing our commitment to strengthen our customer experience, Smart Fare is designed to offer simple, flexible and affordable choices.
The additional benefits will include preferred seat selection, checked in luggage and change of travel date but will be seaparate from the main fares.
Jambojet managing director and CEO Willem Hondius stated that additional money Sh1,730 would strengthen customer experience.
“As part of reinforcing our commitment to strengthen our customer experience, Smart Fare is designed to offer simple, flexible and affordable choices and ensures a seamless and hassle free travel experience,” Mr Hondius. Was quoted by the Nation.
Jambojet charges Sh5200 a direct flight from Nairobi to Mombasa and for check in luggage a 15kg bag about Sh500.
Additional charges could be added depending on the weight if it scales up.
Mr Hondius was appointed CEO of Jambo Jet Limited,by former Kenya Airways Managing Director Titus Naikuni.
“I am pleased to announce the appointment of Willem Hondius as Chief Executive Officer of Jambo Jet Ltd, reporting to the Jambo Jet Board which is chaired by Ayisi Makatiani,” Naikuni said in 2013.
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