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Kenya Airways issued this statement:
Kenya Airways regrettably wishes to inform its customers and the general public that due to the illegal strike by Kenya Aviation Workers Union (KAWU), the airline will be experiencing disruptions in normal flight operations.
As a result of this strike, we anticipate situations of flight delays, cancellations and schedule changes. We regret this situation and we are making every effort to minimize the inconveniences this strike action may cause to our guests.
The relevant stakeholders are already doing everything possible to restore operations at the airport.
Kenya Airways wishes to issue the following update to all customers and the general public as at 13:15 hrs.
Please note the revised flight schedule below. We have since combined a number of flights to the following destinations.
We would like to thank you for your continued support and apologise for the disruption caused to your travel plans.