Having suspended its services in March to contain the spread of COVID-19, Kenya Airways has said that it is going to resume its commercial passenger flights to three African nations. Beginning September 16, Kenya Airways is going to resume its commercial passenger flight services to Ghana and Sierra Leone while it will resume operations to Liberia on September 17.
It will fly four times a week to Accra and twice weekly to Freetown and Monrovia, said the flag carrier in an advertisement.
It must be noted that in West Africa the national carrier has already resumed operations on the Nairobi-Dakar (Senegal) route.
It must be noted that Kenya Airways on August 1, resumed its international passenger flight services with flights flying to Britain and Ethiopia while resumed its domestic services on July 15.