Kenya Airways will tonight complete the move for all remaining flight departures from Terminal 1C, formerly known as Unit 2, to their new home in Terminal 1A.
While most flights had been progressively shifted to the new home of Kenya Airways and their SkyTeam partners, were departures from Nairobi to Central and West Africa still being processed from the old location. The shift tonight will bring flights to Douala, Lubumbashi, Brazzaville, Cotonou, Accra, Abidjan and Bamako under the same roof as all other Kenya Airways’ flights, apart from domestic departures.
Flights from Nairobi to Mombasa, Malindi and Kisumu continue, until the end of the month, to be processed in what used to be known as Unit 3, now renamed in to Terminal 1D, before moving to the new so called ‘Temporary Terminal’ which has been named as Terminal 2. This will facilitate the closure of Terminal 1D for expansion and modernization and shuttle busses will take passengers connecting from international and regional flights to the new check in facility.