Following a statement issued late yesterday, Kenya Airways have confirmed that they have moved their domestic operations from the temporary terminal set up at the Cargo Terminal - done after the fire at JKIA on the 08th of August and now back to Terminal 3 with immediate effect. Passengers booked on any of their flights to Mombasa, Malindi, Eldoret and Kisumu will now resume to the main terminal complex for their check in and arrival procedures.
The airline's regional flights, including departures by partner airline Precision Air, have at the same time returned to Terminal 2, where all international and regional departures are now once again processed, following additional refurbishments in that part of the airport.
In the statement, KQ reiterated that international arrivals will continue to be processed via the converted parking garage, which will remain in place until further notice while the main arrivals terminal is being reconstructed. Kenya Airways' Chief Operating Officer, Mbuvi Ngunze
said that the move will ensure greater convenience and comfort for passengers.
"We wish to thank the Kenya Airports Authority and the Government of Kenya for their efforts to restore airport facilities following the fire incident. We also appreciate our customers' patience and understanding during this period, and reiterate our commitment to consistently improve our service offering to them" Mr. Ngunze added.