Kenya Airways (KQ) will continue its residential trips on Wednesday, July 15, 2020.
This follows the lifting of the limitation of development all through Nairobi and Mombasa provinces as coordinated by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
“I need to thank our clients for allowing us the chance to serve them and for confiding in us to get them to their various goals securely. An uncommon notice to our staff for their remarkable commitment in guaranteeing that our clients keep on being brought together with their friends and family over our system. As we get ready to work under extraordinary conditions, we anticipate inviting a greater amount of our visitors ready and we stay focused on offering a world class administration with an awesome African touch,” said Allan Kilavuka, the Group MD and CEO of Kenya Airways.
The carrier will fly multiple times every day to Mombasa and once day by day to Kisumu as it keeps on exploring the choice of expanding frequencies as request picks.
As per Mr. Kilavuka, Kenya Airways has been working with the Ministry of Health and Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) to actualize security measures and conventions as they gear up for the resumption of traveler administrations.
He repeated that the aircraft’s most extreme need keeps on being the wellbeing and security of the travelers, group, and staff including that the carrier will consistently survey the conventions and update where important to keep being on the ball with regards to security.
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Clients will be required to hold fast to the COVID-19 security measures and conventions while on board the airplane.
“I might want to guarantee the open that Kenya Airports Authority has set up the suggested wellbeing and security conventions and we are prepared to reconnect with our air terminals clients.” Alex Gitari, Ag. Overseeing Director, Kenya Airports Authority expressed.
“These conventions will be assessed and refreshed at whatever point essential. As needs be, we demand travelers and air terminal clients to acquaint themselves and carefully watch the new conventions to protect the wellbeing and security of all air terminal clients,” he included.
Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) said the opening up of the nation and resumption of household flights will contribute towards the recuperation of Kenya’s economy, which is reeling from the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“The resumption of household flights will add to the recovery of residential the travel industry that has recorded a record-breaking low. We will call upon Kenyans to accept up open doors to step out of their homes for a much needed refresher and experiential escape from their homes,” said Betty Radier, the KTB Chief Executive Officer.