Kenya Airways will continue operating its London flights despite the two cases of coronavirus which are suspected to have emanated from the British capital.
In an email to its customers, KQ indicated it would continue operating five weekly flights to and from London with the first flight leaving Heathrow Airport today and expected to arrive tomorrow Thursday.
The flights on the London route will continue until April 16th.
The national carrier will also continue operating on the Dubai and Johannesburg routes with daily flights until 17th of April.
South Africa and the UAE have also recorded significant cases of coronavirus.
KQ will also continue having a daily flight to the Rwandan capital of Kigali.
Among the routes that the airline has suspended in the wake of the deadly coronavirus epidemic include Guanghzou, Malindi, Rome, Khartoum, Bangkok, Mogadishu, and Djibouti.