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Kenya Airports Authority Closes JKIA’s Two Terminals As Renovation Begins

JKIA Terminal 1C [PHOTO/ COURTESY]

The Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) has closed Jomo Kenyatta International Airport’s terminal 1B and 1C to pave way for renovation works to upgrade the airport.

In a statement shared on KAA’s official Twitter page on Sunday, the authority said the 12-month project is aimed at improving passenger experience.

“All flight operations previously in T1B and T1C have now been migrated to Terminal 1A and Terminal 2, ” the statement dated Saturday, January 16, 2021, reads.

“KAA is working closely with all its partner airlines and stakeholders at JKIA to provide a seamless travel experience; In order to minimize any inconvenience to travelers, we advise all passengers to check their flight status with their respective airline.”

Read: Ksh960 Million JKIA Tender Puts KAA On The Spot

The following is a summary of operational terminal changes at JKIA.

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Written by Wycliffe Nyamasege

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