Cargo flights to continue operating normally, Bluebird Aviation


Air Cargo flights to continue operating normally, Bluebird Aviation

Bluebird Aviation cargo flights will remain operational despite Covid-19 restrictions issued by the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) on 29th March 2021.

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In a release on Wednesday, the airline welcomed all cargo bookings from international clients including the dispatch of vaccines to various parts of the East African region and beyond.

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“We are ready to play an integral role in fighting the pandemic by accommodating the extra cargo capacity brought by demand for COVID-19 Vaccines,” noted Bluebird.

The airline also noted that humanitarian-based services will continue.

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Air Cargo flights to continue operating normally, Bluebird Aviation
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The move by Bluebird Aviation comes days after President Uhuru Kenyatta during his 13th Presidential address declared a cessation of movement by road, rail and air in and out of five counties.

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The zoned counties include Nairobi, Machakos, Kajiado, Kiambu and Nakuru.

In a separate briefing, Government Spokesperson Cyrus Oguna noted that international flights are however exempt from this, but travellers must observe all COVID-19 protocols, which include possessing a COVID-19 negative certificate obtained within 96 hours before travel.

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Tourists who are coming to Kenya or had booked to travel to Kenya are urged not to cancel their bookings.

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