Monday, September 20, 2021

Kenya Airways Resumes Flights to India After Four-Month Break

Kenya Airways (KQ) has resumed flights between Nairobi and the Indian city of Mumbai.

The resumption follows a four-month hiatus occasioned by a spike in COVID-19 infections and deaths in the populous Asian nation.

In a statement on Sunday, the national carrier said the first shall depart the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) at 9:30 pm and land in Mumbai at 06:15 am on Monday.

"Fly to Mumbai with normal flight schedule resuming starting Monday 20th September," the notice read in part.

KQ will operate three weekly flights on the route with Monday, Wednesday, and Friday set as days to depart from Nairobi while the return flights will be on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.

The airline suspended flights to Mumbai in April after the government issued a directive on traveling between Kenya and India due to a coronavirus crisis in the Asian state.

19/09/21 John Wanjohi/

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