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Kenya airways is offering evacuation flights for Kenyans stranded in the UK and British who want to come back from Kenya.

According to Kenya’s High Commissioner to the U.K. Manoah Esipisu, “Kenya Airways has given 211 as the minimum number of passengers for whom a chartered flight can be arranged.”

“Kenya airways offers you an opportunity to re-unite with your loved ones. Book flights from Nairobi to London scheduled for 24th April 2020 and London to Nairobi scheduled for 25th April 2020”.

The statement on the Kenya Airways website states that “ticket price is one way and not refundable and infants not occupying a seat to pay 10% of adult rate”.

The Kenyan Government states that “All people returning to Kenya are will be subjected to Covid-19 test and a 14-28 days mandatory quarantine period imposed at their own cost”.

Bookings and other flight details are available on the Kenyan Airways website. Those seeking further details on evacuation from the UK ought to contact the Kenyan High Commission via email at info@kenyahighcom.org.uk and emergency duty officer at +44 7979 973 794.

Kenyan bound flights are only open to Kenya citizens flying back home.

For British people leaving Kenya for UK, Kenya Airways is offering flights to London on Friday, April 24 at 0920 from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) in Nairobi.

The British High Commissioner to Kenya Jane Marriott asked “Brits in Kenya who want to go to the UK… please get that flight to London booked!” on her twitter.

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