Kenya Airways resumed direct flights to New York JFK from Nairobi on Nov. 29 and is operating two weekly flights. 

"The New York-Nairobi route is key toward rebuilding and reconnecting our global network, as we see great signs of optimism in the recovery of air travel since we resumed flights in July," said Kenya Airways CEO Allan Kilavuka in a statement. "This optimism is also driven by the easing of restrictions for both transit and inbound passengers in Kenya as well as the robust health and safety measures that are in place to protect them and our staff."

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