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Kenya Airways has advised that travellers should allow an additional hour for check-in at Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. This is as a result of increased security measures implemented by the Kenya Airports Authority.

An article in ETN last week mentioned that an additional perimeter check had been added to the airport security. 

Kenya Airways has not confirmed why security measures at the airport have been increased.


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