The Government of Kenya through its airports management agency, Kenya Airport Authority, has put in place temporary measures to enable normal operations to take place. These include temporary arrival transit facilities, and passenger holding areas. Domestic flights are now being handled from a temporary terminal in the cargo area. Inter-terminal transport services have also been enhanced through provision of adequate buses as transfer between domestic and international arrival and departure areas takes place through the landside.
At the moment, Kenya Airways’ international departures are being processed out of Unit 3 (formerly domestic) with a few KQ flights including partner/customer airlines processing their departures out of Unit 2 . Effective Thursday 22nd August, 2013, Kenya Airways ‘s and other airlines will operate international flights out of Unit 2 while all other international carriers will operate from unit 3.
On: 12 September 2013