Kenya Airways has moved its domestic flights back to Terminal 3 of the Kenyan capital, Nairobi’s main airport. The airline had been operating domestic flights from a temporary set-up in the cargo terminal at the airport since the devastating fire in early August.
International arrivals at the airport will, however, continue to be processed in the converted parking garage until the fire damaged main international arrivals facility is rebuilt.
Passengers on Kenya Airways flights to the Kenyan cities of Mombasa, Malindi, Eldoret and Kisumu can now check in at the main terminal complex and will also arrive at the terminal as well.
The fire in the international arrivals hall at Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) on August 7 had thrown the air operations at the airport into chaos. The airport is still operating with reduced facilities (don’t expect to find shops and dining options in the international area), but the Kenyans are making more features available each week.