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    Kenya Airways to resume full operations on Saturday.

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    After the pilots’ strike in the past three days ended on Wednesday, the Kenya Airways KQ will embark on its normal full operations on Saturday this week November 12th.

    After the Labor and Employment Affairs Judge ordered pilots to return to work, the Kenya Pilots Associations ended the strike.

    “Dear our esteemed customers, we are yarning to welcome you back aboard with full airline operations returning back by this Saturday November 12th”  Reads a statement from the KQ management.      

     The Kenya pilots associations, had claimed the that pilots on that airline, were being victimized, bullied and illegal removal of the personnel pension funds, non-compliance with the KCA regulations, and management on governance issues.

    After the court order agreement with the pilots, the KQ announced on Yesterday at night that 23 pilots had reported back to work and they had began disciplinary actions on those pilots that never showed up to work on time.

    Over 300 customer fights with a total of 12,000 Kenya Airways clients, had been seriouly afected with the strick that lastd for three days.

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