Kenya Airways to continue with Thailand flights
28 May 2014, 11:16
Nairobi - Kenya Airways (KQ) has assured passengers flying to Thailand that flights will operate as scheduled despite political mayhem in Thailand.
Titus Naikuni, who is the KQ’s CEO, said the company is actively monitoring the situation in Thailand based on public safety and security interest.
He however advised passengers flying to and from Bangkok that public transport might be affected due to the nationwide curfew from 2200hrs to 0500hrs imposed in Thailand.
“We therefore advise all our passengers to consider arranging for their transfers to and from the Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport in advance to avoid being stranded,” Naikuni stated adding that passengers from Bangkok should be checking in earlier.
The MD added that he was reliably informed that army personnel in Thailand would allow passengers proceed to their designations as long as they produced valid documents to confirm honesty.
Thailand has been experiencing political chaos for the last six months after a military coup that ousted former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra’s government accusing it of mega corruption.
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