The Nation;s flag carrier, Kenya Airways is set to resume domestic flight services Tomorrow, July 14, after three and half months of no operation due to the Covid-19 pandemic crisis. The decision to resume domestic flight came after Kenya Government lifted the travel ban and restriction of movement in and out of Nairobi and Mombasa.
Meanwhile the carrier have plans to resume international flight services by August 1. The airline for now will only operate flight services to two destinations and have made available sales for flight tickets on their website and social media platforms.
According to a statement released by the carrier via its website “Kenya Airways takes to the skies again with routine service on our Nairobi to Mombasa and Kisumu routes starting 15th July 2020. As such we look forward to welcoming you aboard again, and flying you safely, efficiently and to the level of service and hospitality that made us the Pride of Africa.”
The Airline said it will operate once-daily flights between Nairobi (NBO) and Kisumu (KIS), twice-daily service between Nairobi and Mombasa (MBA). The twice-daily service will connect Kenya’s capital city with the country’s second-most-populous city. Mombasa is known as a popular vacation destination and an important city for commerce with its status as a major cargo port.
Airline CEO Allan Kilavuka says that he looks forward to welcoming more guests onboard and that the airline remains committed to “offering world-class service with a delightful African touch.”