Kenya Airways is soon to assume the operation of Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, the largest city in the country.
KQ and Kenya Airport Authorities are partnering on a new working model for the airport and the airline is expected to secure its future through operating the airport.
AllAfrica reported that “We got the cabinet approval two weeks ago. Investments in JKIA are critical for Kenya Airways,” Mikodz told a news conference on Wednesday.
“We want to follow all the procedures a public-private partnership entails, and we are working on modalities of it now,” he explained, as the report stated.
The country has recently established direct flights to the US.