Boosting Domestic tourism: 748 Air Services partakes in a five-day tourism fair at Sarit center

748 Air Services aviation company is partaking in the five-day Holiday 2021 Tourism Fair held at the Sarit Expo center from the 17th to 21st March to aid domestic tourism.

748 Air Services stand at the 2021 Tourism Fair currently being held at the Sarit Expo center/ courtesy

Managing Director Moses Mwangi said that 748 Air Services is showcasing several affordable flight and accommodation packages that locals can take advantage of for a chance to explore the exotic Maasai Mara.

Majority of the population visiting Maasai Mara are International Tourists who travel as far as 10,000 Kilometres, with the locals preferring the coastal areas as the destination of choice.

748 air crew on standby/courtesy

“We are promoting Mara as the destination of choice in order to encourage Kenyans to explore one of the wonders of the world. Through our competitive return flight rate of USD $206, Kenyans can access the Mara from Nairobi in 45 minutes,” said Mr Mwangi.

Attendees of the five-day fair will get a chance to win Fly748 Mara goody bags and learn more about our exciting packages to the Majestic Maasai Mara.

 748 Air Services ventured into the Wilson- Maasai Mara route late last year to promote local tourism.

748 Air Services (K) Ltd is an Air Charter Company that holds an Air Operator Certificate and an imbedded Aircraft Maintenance Organization; both authorized by the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority.

Since its inception, 748 Air Services (K) Ltd has grown into one of the most reliable air charter companies in the region, catering to the humanitarian sector, natural resource sector and government institutions.

We lead the flock, with expedient delivery of cargo to remote destinations, or comfortable and safe transportation of passenger.




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Written by Mike O.


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