Kenya Airways restored its services to Bujumbura, Burundi on November 9.
“We’re pleased to resume passenger services and continue to keep your cargo moving,” revealed Kenya Airways on its Twitter feed.
Its first flight, KQ 460 landed at Melchior Ndadaye Airport with 50 passengers on board.
The resumption follows the reopening of Burundi’s National Airport Melchior Ndadaye, to international flights on Sunday.
Burundi’ss government spokesperson Prosper Ntahorwamiye in a statement said all passengers will be screened and quarantined for 72 hours upon arrival at government-identified hotels.
Any passenger leaving or entering the nation through the airport will have to produce a negative result certificate of the Covid-19 test done 72 hours before their travel.
Touch down Burundi! KQ 460 landed at Melchior Ndadaye Airport on Monday, November 9th in the beautiful city of Bujumbura. We're pleased to resume passenger services and keep your #cargo moving. Visit https://t.co/ugvEyoxqzx for your next adventure with us. #KQClearForTakeoff pic.twitter.com/P3nTgoP3fK
— Kenya Airways (@KenyaAirways) November 10, 2020