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The country’s airline has resumed flights in five closed counties


Kenya Airways has announced the resumption of its flights to and from five counties, including Nairobi, following the lifting of a curfew announced in March.

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In a statement, the agency said it would have two daily trips from Nairobi to Mombasa and one to Kisumu daily as it explored the possibility of increasing the number of visits as customer demand increased.

The agency’s communications department said in a statement that all passengers would be required to adhere to the COVID-19 vaccine regulations to ensure the safety of all customers.

Meanwhile, Jambojet has also announced the return of its services to its five locations in Mombasa, Kisumu, Eldoret, Ukunda and Malindi from Nairobi from today.

The agency advised clients who had canceled their visits to contact the agency to reschedule their trips.

The airline said its planes had been fitted with a special HEPA air filter that would filter the air every three minutes as well as ensure cleanliness of the aircraft.

Passengers and all flight attendants will be required to wear a helmet when traveling.

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