Kenya Airways-KQ passenger flights to return to skies soon

As soon as the government eases restrictions for both local and international travel, bringing to an end months of lost revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Kenya Airways-KQ expects passenger flights to return to the skies.

In the latest annual report, KQ stated, “There is reasonable expectation that the flights could resume in the third quarter of the year with business expected to have started at very low capacity and a gradual ramp-up, influenced by gradual lifting of travel bans, uncertain passenger confidence and health safety measures.”

The airline further added that the resumption of passenger flights is likely to happen within the period of the moratoriums already being negotiated with lenders and lessors and thereby permitting the airline to grow back its revenue base and gradually cover its fixed costs.

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