Kenya and Tanzania have resolved their air travel tussle as confirmed by Transport CS James Macharia.
The new come at a time when Tanzania had banned banned airplanes from Kenya from reaching its airspace after they were missing from the list of countries allowed in the country.
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Speaking on Saturday, CS James Macharia confirmed the issue had been resolved an that Tanzanian’s can enter the country at any time.
He continued by saying that Kenyan planes are free to land in Tanzania and that the list does not exclude other countries from operating their planes.
The Transport CS was speaking as he pointed out at how transport in and out various border points including Namanga are operational at the moment.
As a country, the CS noted that precaution will be taken at all airports in a joint collaboration between the transport docket, Ministry of Interior coordination and Ministry of Health.
Macharia was speaking at a time when the country is outing up all measures to prevent imported cases of the virus in the country.