NAIROBI, KENYA: Kenya Airways said on Thursday that fog had disrupted incoming flights to Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.
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“Several flights are being diverted to alternative airports as we monitor the situation,” the company said in a statement on Twitter.
Flights from Dubai and Amsterdam were among those affected, the airline said.
Kenya Airways is owned 48.9 percent by the government and 7.8 percent by Air France-KLM.
Twenty five foreign airlines operate out of Nairobi’s main airport, including Turkish Airlines, Emirates, South African Airways and Ethiopian.