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DFAT lowers level of advice for Kenya

June 2, 2016 Destination Global No Comments Print Print Email Email

Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade (DFAT) have updated their Kenya advisory and lowered the advice for Nairobi from, Reconsider your need to travel to Exercise a high degree of caution.

Brief Summary of advice:

Due to an improved security environment, we no longer recommend you reconsider your need to travel to Nairobi. We now recommend you exercise a high degree of caution if visiting Nairobi.

Kenyan authorities have upgraded security measures across Kenya. These include enhanced security checks at all Kenyan airports. Local authorities have advised travellers to arrive one hour ahead of the normal time (i.e. at least three hours before scheduled flight times) to complete security formalities.

For more details please visit http://smartraveller.gov.au/countries/kenya

Kenya Airways’ African and Asian gateways, Bangkok, Guangzhou and Hong Kong, provide daily flights to Nairobi and beyond Africa, welcoming travellers to experience Kenyan plain and great animal migration. Kenya Airways will fly to Cape Town, South Africa from 1st July 2016.

Kenya Airways is represented in Australia by Global Aviation Services.

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