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Daily Direct Flights from NYC to East Africa Opening up new Horizons

Posted by on January 24, 2018

Easier Access to Uganda with Daily Direct Flights from NYC to East Africa

Kenya Airways Daily Direct Flights from NYC to East Africa Open up a new Horizon of Possiblities

Daily Direct Flights from NYC to East Africa beginning October 28 -2018. Americans on the East Coast of the USA will be able to fly directly from JFK Airport to East Africa in 15 hours landing at Jomo Kenyatta Airport in Nairobi Kenya.

This Breakthrough Direct Route to East Africa opens up a new Horizon on possibilities for the East African Traveler.  Add on top of that the convenient East African Visa and you can travel borderless in most of East Africa, Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda, Tanzania, unfortunately, has not joined East African Travel Promotions.

All of East Africa will benefit from this direct flight to and from the USA, especially Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda because of the East African Visa, but also Tanzania.  Now American can easily access the best of Wildlife, Primates, and adventures in East Africa without spending all-day in London, Brussels, Cairo, or Istanbul, or even overnight in Dubai or Doha, but fly straight to East Africa on one of Boeing’s fabulous Dreamliners.

No more connecting flights in the UK Europe or the Mideast.  Board the plane at JK departing at 12:25 and wake up the next day in Nairobi landing at Jomo Kenyatta Airport at 10:55 in the morning where you are greeting with a friendly “Karibu” Welcome.  Compare that to present flight times with stops in the UK or Europe.

Kenya Airways Direct Route from and to East Africa is only a sign of what can happen, others can and will follow, Uganda’s Entebbe Airport has been cleared for such direct flights and the same applies to Rwanda where RwandAir has its own plans for the North American market.

Getting to Uganda has become easier with Daily Direct Flights from NYC to East Africa

Daily Direct Flights from NYC to East AfricaTake one of the Daily Direct Flights from NYC to East Africa where you are in New York on day one and on day two you are spending the night in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda or in a lodge overlooking a crater lake near Kibale Forest which is the best Chimpanzee Destination in East Africa.

Such flights open up new Horizons where you take a 1 1 /2 hour flight to Kigali Rwanda land and continue to Mgahinga Gorilla Park or Bwindi Impenetrable Forest upon landing.  Take a one-hour afternoon flight to Entebbe, Uganda and that evening you take in the starlit African skies of Uganda.

The possibilities for East Africa due to this direct route to and from the USA are endless.  You can take in the Masai Mara one day and trek gorillas two days later, you can end your African Safari with a trip to the Kenyan coast or Zanzibar, Climb both Kilimanjaro, Mount Kenya and the tallest Mountain Range in Africa, the Rwenzori Mountains of the moon.

From a practical viewpoint – Uganda stretches your Gorilla Further:

Uganda is the Premier Primate Destination where you can trek Gorillas – Chimpanzees – Golden Monkey in a safe and secure environment and were gorilla permit prices remain at 600 USD while in neighboring Rwanda they are 1,500 USD meaning that the most expensive Tourist Activity in Africa remains withing greater reach of the average person.

Uganda is not just home to Primates but is home of the Big-5- home to Kidepo Valley Park that is Africa as it used to be 50 years ago. Add the River Nile, Murchison Falls, the Rwenzori Mountains of the Moon, the Volcanoes, the Central African Jungle that meets East Africa in Uganda

The Direct Flights open up the American Market to East Africa for Tourism but beyond, East African Companies can now send their products on a direct flight to New York City.  African Flowers, Fruit, Vegetables will make their way into a market they have not been…many in East Africa including in Uganda are excited…see you soon.


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