Kenya Airways Moves Terminals at Charles de Gaulle to Enhance Connectivity

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The national airline of the republic of Kenya has announced plans to move its operations from Terminal 2C to Terminal 2E at the Charles de Gaulle (CDG) International Airport in Paris, France.

This is expected to enable the carrier’s passengers access state-of-the-art passenger lounges, great shopping outlets and seamless connections.

In its continuing quest to improve customer service, Kenya Airways recently implemented Sabre’s Air Vision Group Optimizer platform to streamline group revenue management processes, providing tailored offers and accomplishing group travel reservations in minutes rather than days thereby reducing booking request time for its customers.

The Paris Terminals move means that passengers transiting across Europe and connecting Trans-Atlantic flights from the United States, Canada and South America using Kenya Airways partner airlines will not need to change terminals resulting in enhanced connectivity.

Vincent Coste, Kenya Airways Commercial Director said, “This is part of our continuous improvement of customer service. Passengers traveling through Paris will enjoy a more convenient and spacious environment, with easier connections to and from other major European and Trans-Atlantic cities, as well as the many services available to our Skyteam partners.”

Terminal 2E is also home to the airline’s Skyteam partner Air France.

The move will be effective 29th October 2017.


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