Dia Mirza visits Kenya with Air Arabia

Bollywood actor, Dia Mirza visited Kenya for a holiday from 19th to 23rd July, 2018. The actress’ flight was facilitated by Air Arabia. During a meet and greet hosted for fans and sponsors on 19th July, Air Arabia’s representative said, “Dia Mirza choose Air Arabia as her Airline partner for her trip to Nairobi, Kenya.  We as an airline are very conscious about the environment and hosting Dia Mirza and her family on this trip to Kenya was an absolute pleasure.”

Speaking about flying with Air Arabia, the Sanju star said, “As UN Goodwill Ambassadors, we always fly economy during any trip that is below eight hours journey. We do that consciously because it is better for the environment. I feel so proud to have done this trip from Mumbai to Nairobi with Air Arabia. It was such a comfortable, wonderful experience and the best thing is that I know in my own little way, I have helped to conserve the environment.”

During her visit, Dia visited the Maasai Mara and the Ol Pejeta Conservancy. Magical Skies were the hospitality partners of Dia’s visit. Commenting on hosting the star, the Magical Skies General Manager Adil Eltaff said, “It was an absolute pleasure hosting Dia Mirza and her group. It’s incredible seeing the beauty of Kenyan experiences through the eyes of other people and it’s what gives Magical Skies the constant passion to do what we do. We had a wonderful time with her group, they were cheery, adventurous and wide-eyed and they enjoyed every bit of the experience as much as we did hosting them.”

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