Tanzania has lifted a suspension it had imposed on Kenyan operator namely Kenya Airways, Fly 540 Limited, Safarilink Aviation and AirKenya Express Limited.
The decision was arrived at by the Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA) after the Kenyan government the 14-day quarantine requirement of passengers from Tanzania.
“This to confirm that the Government of the Republic of Kenya, through its circular issued by Kenyan Civil Aviation Authority on 15th September 2020, removed the requirement of 14 days mandatory quarantine for all arriving passengers from the United Republic of Tanzania” Said TCAA
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TCAA continued by confirming that the new directives take effect with immediate effect and that it was based on the reciprocal basis.
“The United Republic of Tanzania shall always strive to adhere to the fundamental principals of Chicago Convention 1944 and Bilateral Air Services Agreement between two States.” Said TCAA.
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