MIAMI – The Republic of Kenya joins Nigeria in giving the Boeing 737 MAX the green light to operate in the East African country again.
On February 21, 2021, both countries’ Civil Aviation Authorities signaled their satisfaction with Boeing’s modification and recertification program, following the aircraft’s 20-month grounding.
While there are no native Boeing 737 MAX operators in Kenya, the release of the ban on the aircraft type in that country allows other carriers, such as Turkish Airways (TK) and Ethiopian Airlines (ET) to operate the aircraft into the country.
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Source:: “Airways Magazine”