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Tanzania bans three Kenyan airlines over ongoing disputes

Tanzania has banned three Kenyan airlines from entering the country over ongoing disagreement on the coronavirus pandemic.

The orders issued on Tuesday 25th August has banned Fly540, Safarilink Aviation and Air Kenya Express from entering the country.

Confirming the new developments to Citizen Tanzania was Hamza Johari the Director of Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA) who said the decision was due to unresolved disputes.

The article continues to reveal how the two countries are in disagreement on how passengers coming in and out of their borders should be treated.

Recently, Tanzania suspended entrance of national courier Kenya Airways (KQ) after Kenya failed to list their numbers among countries whitelisted to enter.

The decision was quickly revised after the government confirmed to have discussed it terming it as a small disagreement.

President Magufuli dismissed the virus in the country saying it had been defeated and even opened the economy.

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