Domestic flights to resume from Nairobi

2013-08-07 13:55
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A massive fire broke out at Nairobi's Jomo Kenyatta International Airport on Wednesday. See all the pictures.

Nairobi - Cargo and domestic flights out of Nairobi's fire-gutted Jomo Kenyatta International airport will resume later on Wednesday, but with no timeframe yet for when international passenger flights will restart, the presidential spokesman said.

"We want to assure all investors and our international travellers that everything is being done, and that cargo and domestic flights will resume this afternoon," State House spokesman Manoah Esipisu told reporters.

"Resumption of international flights will be communicated later," he added.

In the mean time SAA announced that all flights to Kenya have been cancelled, despite earlier hopes that they would just be delayed.


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