NAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 22- Kenya Airways has announced that its international departure operations will all be consolidated into Unit 2 at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) with effect from Thursday, August 22.,
Kenya Airways code-share partners and customer airlines will also process departing passengers from Unit 2.
Consequently, the other airlines which were operating from Unit 2 will move to Unit 3.
“We wish to apologize in advance to our Premier World, Business Class and Skyteam Elite card holders on the lack of lounge capacity. We have plans in place to remedy this situation in the near future,” KQ chief operating officer Mbuvi Ngunze said on Thursday.
Domestic departures and arrivals will continue to be handled at the cargo terminal whereas Kenya Airways’ international arrivals, incorporating KLM and partner airlines, will continue to be handled at a tented facility at the Presidential Pavilion.
The airline has also announced plans to reschedule its international flights for the period between August 22 to 31, to enhance connectivity.
The rescheduled flights include those going to Southern Africa, West and Central Africa, East Africa and Northern Africa regions.
The flights rescheduled effective August 22, 2013 are listed below:-