Kenya Airways resumed its domestic flights on Sunday 2 May, following the lifting of travel restrictions in and out of Nairobi as directed by H.E. President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The airline will fly twice daily to the coastal city of Mombasa and once daily to the lakeside city of Kisumu from the Kenyan capital while it continues to review how to increase frequencies as demand picks up.
The airline will continue to work closely with the Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) and the Government of Kenya through the Ministry of Health to enforce safety measures and protocols. The airline’s utmost priority it states is the health and safety of passengers, crew and staff.
All passengers and airport users are still required to strictly observe the safety measures in place to ensure the safety of all airport users. They are asked to familiarise themselves with the health protocols in place before arriving at the airport. These include wearing facemasks throughout the journey and making use of the sanitiser stations.