02-11-2017 by redazione
With a meeting between the Minister of Mineral Resources and Malindino parliamentarian Dan Kazungu and the director of Malindi Walter Agong airport, yesterday officially began the "phase two" of the adaptation of the international airport badly meeting the standards to accommodate boeing coming directly from other nations and other continents.
The Kenya Airport Authority has confirmed that it has paid 300 million shillings to residents of the Kwa Chocha Sud suburb as compensation for the land and housing to be removed as part of the runway extension, and that the remaining 200 million will be donated in December.
The airport apron will also be ready by the end of the year,"Mr Kazungu said,"and the boeing could already land.
Good news for those airlines, Ethiopian Airways in the lead, but also Rwanda Air and Qatar, who are already thinking of Malindi as an international route or stopover to be added to the possibilities of routes in Africa.
The expansion of Malindi International Airport marks another significant step towards its complete upgrading.
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