British Airways recently announced its decision to increase capacity by 784 seats a week on flights between London and Nairobi for the summer of 2016.
This will be through the introduction of a Boeing 747-400 on the route.
The airline has taken the decision due to growing sales and increased demand for Kenya it is seeing in the UK. The 747s will operate during peak four-month travel period to Kenya from 1 July to 29 October introducing a total of 11,200 seats into Nairobi. From 30 October 2016, the airline plans to revert to its original Boeing 777 on the route.