Troubled Silverstone Airline has on Tuesday seen its grounded fleet given the green light by KCAA to resume its flights.
According to a statement issued by the regulator, they were satisfied with the Airline since investigations began in November 2019.
Even though they are are free to resume, KCAA has promised to keep monitoring the embattled airline in the future.
- Seven Silverstone Airline planes grounded by KCAA
- Silverstone shuts down three routes due to performance
SIlverstone found itself on the wrong side following two consecutive incidents that led to emergency landings.
The two aircraft involved one from Nairobi that crash-landed immediately after take-off from Wilson airport and the other one from Lodwar to Nairobi forced to make an emergency landing at Eldoret.
Other airlines under probe include Safe air and Aloft who operate from Wilson airport.