Kenya Airways has suspended direct flights to Libreville, Gabon, and Cotonou, Benin. In a statement to the media, KQ says the suspension will effective beginning October 14th, 2019.
Travelers who will be traveling to the two destinations, beyond October 14 will be rerouted or rebooked through KQ partner airlines.
“We have made the necessary arrangements to continue serving our customers who had made forward bookings through our existing cooperation with partner airlines to ensure no disruption to their travel,” said Kenya Airways Chief Commercial Officer, Ursula Silling.
According to the statement, the decision to suspend flights to Libreville & Cotonou is in line with its strategy to align its network worldwide.
“Kenya Airways will continue to optimize its network in order to serve its customers better while adapting to the constantly changing market demand.”