During a challenging period for tourism worldwide, Zela Aviation is announcing its cooperation with Kenyan low-cost airline, Jambojet, operating a fleet of De Havilland Canada Dash 8-Q400 aircraft.
The agreement provides for the mediation of Zela Aviation, which will act as an appointed agent for leasing Jambojet’s aircraft under ACMI terms and conditions (Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance, and Insurance).
Expressing his satisfaction, Zela Aviation Chairman, Andreas Christodoulides stressed that Zela Aviation will work closely with Jambojet to ensure that this partnership is fruitful and both sides achieve their business goals.
He added that cooperation of the two companies – taking into consideration the recession and the crisis caused by the pandemic – confirms the credibility and prestige of Zela Aviation in the field of air transport, among other major international airlines.
Jambojet, who started operations in 2014, has been working towards diversifying its product offering, part of which includes charter services. “We are delighted to be partnering with Zela Aviation, who has over sixteen years of experience in the charter business, and are excited for the prospects this brings,” said Karanja Ndegwa, Jambojet Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer.