In a statement released on Tuesday, Kenya Airways (CEO) Chief Executive Officer Allan kilavuki announced that the airline is experiencing flight disruptions due to delays in securing aircraft components required for maintenance.
This has resulted in disruptions across some of its flights and may lead to a reduction in the number of flights operated by the airline.
Mr. Allan Kilavuki added that KQ is doing all it can to ensure that affected passengers are rebooked on alternative flights and provided with necessary assistance during their travel journey.
According to Kilavuka, Tltitanium from Russia is one of the key materials required by Kenya Airways and is essential for its efficient functioning.
The airline's disruption has caused inconvenience to passengers and staff alike as it struggles to meet its service obligations.
According to the airline, this has caused some disruption to their operations and schedules. Kilavuka, the airline's CEO, has urged travelers to be patient as they undergo some necessary maintenance.
He also noted that the airline has been working hard to resolve the situation as quickly as possible so that passengers can travel safely and with minimal disruption.
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