The FAA has issued a warning advising pilots to exercise caution while flying because the insurgent group Al Shabaab continues to pose a threat to aviation. The latest caution is based on assessments that Al-Shabaab, a Somalia-based terrorist group, is still a concern in the region. "Such weapons could target aircraft at low altitudes, including during the arrival and departure phases of flight, and/or target airports and aircraft on the ground, particularly at airfields east of 40 degrees east longitude," according to their advisory.
In an advisory dated Tuesday, June 21, the US revealed that they had concerns over the security of the Kenyan airspace - in particular around the Kenya-Somali border. It was revealed that the airspace advisory was informed by the activity of extremist groups in the areas. Further, it was announced that the advisory would apply until February 2023.
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Over time, Al-shabaab have been a great threat to security not only in the republic of Kenya but also the entire East Africa. These militants have conducted several attacks within Kenya's borders. Now, today, USA have issued a warning to Kenya on a possible terror attacks by tge Al-shabaab.
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Civilian airlines operating in Kenyan airspace have been warned of the possibility of a terror attack. In a statement issued on Saturday, the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) urged operators of aircraft flying over Kenya to exercise caution because the jihadist group Al-Shabaab poses a threat to aviation.
United States Of America (USA) Warns Of Possible Terror Attack's On Kenyan Airspace. The United States through the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has warned Kenya of a possible terror attack on its airspace. They further warned the civilian airlines operating in Kenyan airspace to be on high alert as the Al-Shabaab terrorists poses a threat to aviation.
The United States federal Aviation Authority (FAA) has issued a warning to civilian airlines flying in the Kenyan airspace citing a possible attack from a terror group. The FAA advisory asked planes to take caution while flying as they said the al shabab terror group could launch an attack.
Civilian airlines operating in Kenyan airspace have been warned of the possibility of terror attack. In a statement issued on Saturday, the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) urged operators of aircraft flying over Kenya to exercise caution because the jihadist group of Al-shabaab poses a threat to aviation.
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The United States Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) has issued a warning to civilian airlines flying in the Kenyan airspace citing a possible attack from a terror group. Through an advisory, FAA has asked planes to exercise caution while flying as the militant group Al Shabaab still remains a threat to aviation.
Civilian airlines flying in Kenyan airspace have been warned of the threat of a terrorist attack. The United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued a statement urging operators of aircraft flying over Kenya to exercise caution because the jihadist group Al-Shabaab poses a threat to aviation. "Al-Shabaab is the predominate extremist/militant threat concern in Kenya and has demonstrated its capability and intent to conduct attacks against Kenyan government security forces, civilians, and Western interests in Kenya, including joint civil-military airfields, primarily near Kenya's eastern border with Somalia and in Kenya's coastal region adjacent to Somalia," the statement read.
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Details have now emerged of possible impending terror attacks in the country.This is after The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) warned the possibility of an attack targeting flights and the Kenyans security forces.
The US government has issued a new warning of a possible attack by Alshabaab militant group.
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The US Federal Aviation Authority(FAA) warned the fact that Somalia-based terrorist group, Al-Shabaab still has sophisticated weapons capable of taking down aircrafts flying at altitudes of up to 25,000ft is putting at risk the arrival and departure time of flights, especially on the major aviation route through northeastern Kenya and