Kenya Airways has confirmed possible disruptions caused by shortage of spare parts in the global supply chain.
Through a statement, the airline noted that the shortage may lead to grounding of some of their airplanes which is line with there commitment to the highest level of safety and liability in their operations.
“Our current flight schedule may experience disruptions in the coming weeks mainly due to challenges in the aircraft spare parts global supply chain. These challenges are leading to extended ground time of our aircraft for maintenance.
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Additionally, this may also lead to grounding one or more of our aircraft in line with our commitment to the highest level for safety and reliability of our operations.” read the statement.
The Group CEO Allan Kilavuka continued by issuing his sincere apologies to all those will be affected as they work to minimize disruptions.
“We understand the impact that schedule changes can have on your travel plans, and we sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. Please be assured that our team is working tirelessly to minimize these disruptions and to keep you informed every step of the way,” said the CEO