Kenyans living in India will have to wait longer to fly back home after Kenya Airways (KQ) announced the suspension of Kenya-India passenger flights.
KQ suspended the flights in compliance with Government’s directive banning air travel from india beginning May 1.
The company sent a statement dated Friday, April 30, to newsrooms stating that the last plane to arrive at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) from India will touch down at midnight.
However, Cargo transportation will, continue uninterrupted.
KQ has advised customers affected by the 14 day suspension to change their bookings for later travel.
“New travel dates can be rebooked and ticketed free of charge within the same cabin and seasonality for any future flight/destination,” read the statement from KQ.