Fly540 extends services to Meru,Fly540 Angola likely to launch flights this week

Meru National Park is one of Kenya’s least crowded but will soon receive more visitors following the launch of flights to Meru by Fly540, the fast expanding regional airline.

Schedule

 The services are operating three times weekly on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday via Nanyuki from Wilson Airport using a Cessna Caravan aircraft. This leaves Wilson at 3.00 pm and arrives in Nanyuki at 3.45 pm departing Nanyuki at 4.00 pm to arrive at Kina Airstrip in Meru at 4.15pm.

The return flight leaves Meru at 4.30pm and arrives in Nanyuki 15 minutes later. Departure from Nanyuki is scheduled for 5.00pm to arrive in Wilson Airport at 5.45 pm.

Nixon Ooko, the Fly540 Operations Director said, “We are keen to make more tourist destinations accessible by air as it gives visitors more time to enjoy their game viewing. Our flights to the Mara, Amboseli, Nanyuki and Samburu have become very popular and we hope to see more tourists visiting Meru National Park.”

In other news,talk is rife that Fly540 Angola will launch flights on Monday 20th December,2010.But why is the launch shrouded in so much secrecy?Wolfgang H Thome,eTurbo News correspondent,calls it "Angola Factor" which would be translated to mean "uncertainties with governmental decisions and turn abouts ... nothing is 'done' until it's 'done' 

 Also Read FLY 540 TAKES OVER EAST AFRICAN SAFARI AIR EXPRESS on Wolfgang H Thome's Blog
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