Kenya Airways flights return to normality
(eTN) - Kenya airways pilots under their union, the Kenya Airlines Pilots Association (KALPA), have reinstated goodwill with immediate effect, with the management of Kenya airways after consultations and agreement on the dispute on interpretation of some operating procedures.
Goodwill is when pilots are voluntarily available to work for certain hours during off time but within legal limits as approved by the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA).
"With the goodwill reinstated by KALPA, we are now working expeditiously to ensure normal services resume and expect all scheduled flights today to be crewed for operations," noted Kenya Airways Chief Executive Officer Dr. Titus Naikuni.
"The Management of Kenya Airways, therefore, wishes to reassure our customers, stakeholders, and the public at large that the airline is working to ensure that normal operations resumes immediately and sincerely apologize to all the affected passengers.