The 1st International flights will head to Kigali, Lusaka, Dar es Salaam, Addis Ababa, London and Dubai.
“Since resuming domestic flights on 15 July 2020, we have been monitoring the adherence to the protocols that we have in place to ensure the health and safety of our customers and staff, and I am pleased that they are being enforced and followed strictly,”said Kenya Airways Group Chief Executive Kilavuka Allan.
Within this very month, KQ is expected to experience a moderate increase in the flights network to Amsterdam, Paris and Mumbai.
Kenya Airways will also operate in several African Cities including Harare, Lagos, Accra, Monrovia, Freetown, Zanzibar and Kilimanjaro.
KQ said the reopening of services to other landing places will depend on demand and other factors. However, it’s also planning to resume flights to China, Thailand and the USA with effect from October 2020.
The reopening of International flights was a significant milestone for the national carrier,’Mr Kilavuka added.
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