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Its back to business for Fly Sax after the horrific crash

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Fly Sax,a subsidiary of Fly 540 has resumed its Kitale flights after the horrific crash that took away the lives of 10 people.

During its return trip today,passengers boarded the flight in an attempt to show confidence with the aircraft.

The first flight was at 06:55 hours and touched down in Kitale 55 minutes later.

The July 5th crashed plane was under the command of Barbara Kamau,28, who not only has she flied the Kitale route but also other international destinations.

Todays flight was under the control of pilots Capt Akshai Patel, 28, and Capt Frederick Mbisa, 35,

About Fly Sax

Established in 2010,Fly 540 and its subsidiarity have over 8 years experience with the two making about 25 trips a day.

Fly Sax not only does it make trips to Kitale but it also makes trips to Maasai Maea,Eldoret,Mombasa,Diani and Wajir.

 

Slavian Mwangecho
Passionate blogger on a day to day activities happening in Kenya, Africa and around the world. A keen follower of the latest news making headlines around the world

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