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Kenya Airways flights return to normal after power interruption at JKIA

Nairobi, Sunday, July 17, 2011…National carrier Kenya Airways has announced that its flight operations which had been temporarily disrupted in the early part of this morning have returned to normalcy.

 

In a statement issued in Nairobi this morning, Kenya Airways managing director and group CEO Titus Naikuni, said that the disruption was occasioned by prolonged power outage at JKIA forcing the airline to divert its early morning flights to Moi International airport in Mombasa, Kigali international airport in Rwanda and Entebbe international airport in Uganda.

 

Mr Naikuni regretted the incident that had led to a major inconvenience to customers and said that the airline would engage with the Kenya Airports Authority and other key stakeholders to ensure that such disruptions become a thing of the past.

 

With the situation having returned to normalcy Mr Naikuni assured KQ customers that the airline's flight operations were back on course.