Kenya Airways will discontinue their flights to Hong Kong and the Vietnam capital Hanoi. From next month onwards, travelers will have to fly with other carriers to get to the East Asian countries.Kenya Airways no longer flies to Hong Kong and HanoiThe cancellation of the routes is part of a series of cost-cutting measures. The route changes were first announced by the airline’s chief executive Sebastian Mikosz. Though he also confirmed the Skyteam member would be keeping its routes to other destinations that are close to Hong Kong and Hanoi.“I believe that we can keep a very good product on Guangzhou and Bangkok. We have to fight for the traffic there. It’s been loss-making”, Mikosz told reporters. The airline added in a statement: “This network change will also allow Kenya Airways to allocate more seats across its African network where the demand outlook remains strong and capacity insufficient on certain routes.”Following the airline’s discontinuation of its Hong Kong route, travelers will instead have to fly with Hong Kong Airlines. In January, Kenya Airways began codesharing on the Hong Kong carrier’s Bangkok flights.