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go to China twice a month for new products. She even showed me her multipleentry visa.
“If I was going to Guangzhou from Johannesburg, I used to have to take South African Airways to Hong Kong and then take the train or travel by road to my destination. Also, the ticket price was higher,” she said. “The KQ flight is a bit complicated for me because I have to transfer in Nairobi, but at least I don’t need to haul my huge amount of luggage to the train station when going to and from Guangzhou.”
According to KQ, the introduction of nonstop flights between Nairobi and Guangzhou comes as trade and tourism connections between Kenya and East Asia grow and as Kenya works to cultivate China as a key market.