KQ refutes JKIA crisis, maintains scheduled flights landing and taking off normally

National carrier, Kenya Airways, have refuted reports that their flight schedule has been affected by the ongoing aviation workers strike.

In a statement to the media, KQ said “all Kenya Airways flights scheduled for arrival landed safely this morning.”

“There were two flights that were diverted but have since landed; KQ349 from Khartoum had been diverted to Kilimanjaro. This flight arrived in Nairobi at 05:17hrs,” read the statement.

“KQ505 from Accra that had been diverted to Mombasa, arrived at JKIA at 05:59hrs.”

The airline added that “reparations are underway for […] international flights to depart,” but said little about domestic flights.

“KQ210 to Mumbai estimated time of departure (ETD), 10:30hrs, KQ116 to Amsterdam estimated time of departure (ETD), 10:45hrs. KQ 100 to London estimated time of departure (ETD), 11:06hrs.

“We shall advise on domestic flights schedule in the next update.”


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