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Silverstone shuts down three routes due to performance

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Embattled airline Silverstone has shut down three of its routes due to poor performance.

The airline cited that it has shut down it’s Nairobi-Wajir, Wajir-Nairobi and that of Nairobi-Homabay due to poor returns.

Silverstone has been making headlines lately for the wrong reason involving its safety.

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Less than a week ago, one of its airlines dropped one of its tire moments after take-off from Lodwar forcing it to make an emergency landing at Eldoret International Airport.

Just before that, another plane belonging to the airline crash-landed moments after take-off at Wilson airport.

The incidents prompted the regulators Kenya Airport Authority to launch an investigation in airline safety.

Safari Link, a similar airline operating from Wilson Airport has also been experienced technical problems away from the limelight.

The incidents have caught the attention of the UK that issued a travel advisory to its citizens using the Wilson Airport.

The country has the highest number of travelers who have increased income in the country through tourism.


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