Kenya Airways said on Friday it has suspended flights to two major European hubs following the introduction of new regulations as a result of a new variant of the coronavirus.
The Airline said the suspension of the flights is temporary.
The service suspension affects flights to France – Charles de Gaulle Airport and the Netherlands – Schiphol Airport through the month of February 2021.
“The temporary suspension is due to the new COVID-19 regulations in Europe that have resulted in depressed demand,” the airline said in a statement.
The airline expects to resume regular services to France on 3 March, 2021, and to the Netherlands on 7 March, 2021.
The airline said the resumption of the flights will be communicated. “We will keep customers updated in case of any changes to these resumption plans,” the airline added.
KQ said customers who had booked their flights to these two destinations, would be provided with alternative flight options.
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