Kenya Airways used its E190s when it started flying again on July 15. The 96-seat aircraft was the first fleet type to be put back into service.
The airline has a three-phase plan to rebuild its schedule. The first phase includes flights to 6 domestic and regional cities where demand is strongest. The E190 will fly every day between Nairobi and Kisumu and twice daily between Nairobi and Mombasa . A third daily Mombasa flight starts later in July.
The second phase will see service resume from August 1 to over 35 cities within Africa, Europe, the Middle East and India. Intercontinental flights to the USA, Thailand and China are planned in the third phase in late October.
Check out the health and safety protocols Kenya Airways has adopted for its passengers and staff: