The Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) on Saturday night received Lufthansa, British Airways and KLM flights for the first time since the reopening of Kenyan airspace to International Flights.
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Twenty three more Covid 19 patients died of the disease making it the highest ever fatalities recorded in a day since the pandemic was reported in the country .
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The Government has stepped up preparedness measures through heightened surveillance system at all points of entry, health facilities and communities across the country to ensure that there is no importation ChinacoronavirusCOVID-19heightened surveillance systemJKIAmandatory screeningmulti-agency approachsymptoms of respiratory illnessWHO Read on
The African Aviation market will increase by 200 million passengers to over 356 million by 2038, this is according to the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) latest forecast.
Closer home, IATA 2019 Routes Africa forumacting Managing Director & Chief Executive KAAAfrican Aviation marketAlex GitariIATAJKIAMombasa International Airportover 250 international delegates Read on