Safarilink recently hosted senior dignitaries of the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority, Kenya Airports Authority, Kenya Tourism Board, and Kenya Association of Hotelkeepers and Caterers last week when relaunching services to Diani and other destinations in Kenya.
Captain Gilbert Kibe, Director General Kenya Civil Aviation Authority, commented: “I am pleased to report that Safarilink has adhered to our laid out COVID19 safety guidelines; I request all passengers to strictly observe the new protocols to safeguard the health & safety of all airport users.”
Safarilink has taken measures to ensure that the flight is safe for both passengers and crew. For example, face masks are mandatory when boarding and during the flight; there is extra hygiene equipment on board, such as hand sanitizer, and our aircraft are thoroughly cleaned after every flight.
As travel restrictions around the world start to relax and customer demand increases, we will add more routes back into our network. Diani, Lamu, Masai Mara, Lodwar, and Kisumu are amongst the first destinations to restart with further routes to be added throughout August, September, and October.
Notably was Safarilink given permission to board their passengers from their own lounge, which has been ready for that move for several years now. #COVID19 new regulations and the required physical distancing measures however seem to have cut right through the red tape which the airport managers and regulators had put into the way of using Safarilink’s state of the art facility.
Happy Landings to all Safarilink passengers and crews!