Normal service resumes at JKIA after morning trouble
30 January 2014, 12:48
Nairobi - Normal service has resumed at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport JKIA after an early morning delay due to poor weather conditions.
Flights had been delayed early Thursday due to what officials of the Kenya Airpirts Authority KAA described as poor visibility caused by heavy fog at the facility.
" Some flights have been delayed early Thursday due to heavy fog at JKIA, a statement from KAA read.
Kenya Airways confirmed that two of their flights KQ 311 and KQ 342 were diverted to Mombasa while two others, a Uganda Airways and Africa Express airline experienced delayed departure times.
The setback is one of many that have combed JKIA of late, with terror alerts and a fire causing the airport and airlines to make losses.
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