Kenya Airways said Monday its operations are normalizing with minimum delays on some flights due to flight crew constraints.
The national carrier said in a statement issued in Nairobi that it has cancelled and combined some flights to manage the situation and to ensure that affected guests are taken care of.
“We apologize to them for any inconvenience caused and thank them again for their patience during the weekend disruption. We will endeavour to ensure all affected guests are rebooked on other flights as soon as possible,” the airline said.
Kenya Airways, which is partly-owned by the Kenyan government and AirFrance KLM, sank into financial woes four years ago after tourism slumped following a spate of terror attacks that saw visitors shun the country over insecurity.