Kenya Airways Cargo wins African Cargo Airline of the Year Award 23 March 2015 – Kenya Airways wishes to notify its customers that it has reduced its frequencies to Dar es Salaam from 42 to 14 per week and will now fly twice daily to Dar es Salaam from March 19th 2015.

This is as a result of a communication from the Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority to the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority reducing flight frequencies of Kenyan carriers into Tanzania.

Kenya Airways operates daily flights to Dar es Salaam, one to Kilimanjaro and one to Zanzibar.

Noting that Bilateral Air Services Agreements (BASA) are negotiated between governments, Kenya Airways is aware that the relevant Kenya Government agencies have reached out to their Tanzanian counterparts in a bid to resolve the issue.

Transport is a critical pillar in the integration of the East African Community. As such, expeditious resolution of the pending issues pertaining to the BASA is crucial in fast-tracking regional integration.

Kenya Airways remains committed to continue playing its role in promoting the growth of the regional economy and working with all stakeholders in achieving this goal.

Kenya Airways apologises to all its customers for the inconvenience caused during this period.


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