Kenyan authorities yesterday afternoon were slowly preparing the resumption of scheduled passenger and cargo flights at Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, after a devastating fire Wednesday destroyed large parts of the international terminal. Nairobi-based Kenya Airways’ operations are expected to be seriously affected for months. Nairobi is the airline’s hub and, along with Ethiopian Airlines’ Addis Abbaba base, it is the most important air transport center in East Africa. ...
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