Kenya Airways has faced a lot of challenges during this pandemic. Facing a lot of losses posed to it in the last financial year, and extension of the flights by KQ seems to prolong its survival.
In the month of May, the government had planned to open the JKIA Airport by 8th June, though later postponed a week later after a directive by the president. He issued a directive for proper protocols to be implemented to see to it that flights resume back soon enough.
KQ has been doing repatriation flights for Kenyans in the diaspora to come back home due to the COVID 19 bites. Repatriations have been going on from March till the last flight that came from London to Nairobi.
Preparation has been going on at the JKIA, improving and ensuring that all WHO protocols are observed.
The government of Kenya plans to open up and resume flights in the last quarter of the year. Ensure all plans to manage and control the spread of COVID 19 is well adhered to. It also includes WHO approvals on whether KQ has met the required standard that will allow Kenya to resume its flights.
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