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Astral Aviation to continue freighter services

Posted 24 March 2020 · Add Comment

Astral Aviation has said it will continue to operate freighter throughout the current crisis.

 

Astral will have key-staff working in its HQ at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport while rest of the staff will be working from home and accessible at all times by phone and email. Astral crew will be in compliance with the Kenya CAA Directives.

In addition, Astral will operate full-charters within East, Central, Southern, Horn of Africa and the Indian Ocean Islands.

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