Tanzania allows Kenyan flight operators back on its airspace

The Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority has allowed four Kenyan flight operators back on its airspace after a dispute a dispute between Kenya and Tanzania was resolved

According to a statement released by TCAA Director General Hamza Johari, the suspension the regulator imposed on Kenya Airways, Fly 540 Limited, Safarilink Aviation and AirKenya Express Limited has been lifted with immediate effect.

“For the purpose of this release therefore, the resumption and restoration of flights for all Kenyan operators is with immediate effect and Kenya Civil Aviation Authority has been informed accordingly,” Johari said in a statement released on Wednesday.

The decision follows a circular by the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority which was released on Tuesday removing the requirement that all passengers arriving from Tanzania be subjected to a mandatory 14 days quarantine in an effort geared towards containing the spread of COVID-19.


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