Nov, 2nd 2020 – Kenya Airways suspended the resumption of flights to New York to November 29th following increased cancellation of flight bookings.
In a statement, Kenya Airways said it had made alternative arrangements for customers who had booked and are still scheduled to travel before November 29.
The resumption was initially set for October 29 with the airline promising a bi-weekly schedule after cancelling flights due to Covid-19 early in the year.
“We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience caused.” The statement added.
The Airline was initially operating five flights to New York every week before the Covid-19 pandemic destabilized operations.
The push back is expected to see KQ stay out of the new route further having last operated passenger flights on the course in early April.
Coronavirus-led disruptions have seen the carrier struggle to grow demand on the route having only begun operations in October 2018.