Kenya Airways Fit to Fly
Patients travelling from one country to other for Medical treatment, or returning back from treatment should have Fit to Fly certificate from recognized Hospital.
Kenya Airways gives very high importance for passenger health and safety. Hence all patients travelling through Kenya Airways should have Fit to Fly certificate.
A Fit to Fly certificate is a official document that certifies that a passenger is fit to fly and does not pose a risk to other passengers or crew members. This certificate is much required especially after the COVID-19 pandemic, to ensure the safety of all passengers and reduce the spread of the virus.
To obtain a Fit to Fly certificate for Kenya Airways travel, you may need to provide medical documentation or proof of a negative COVID-19 test result, depending on the CURRENT requirements of the airline or the destination country. You should check with the local embassy or consulate of your destination country to determine their specific new requirements for a Fit to Fly certificate.
Kenya Airways policy and procedures regarding Fit to Fly certificates keep changing based on current different global parameters. Contact for the latest updates.
Kenya Airways is founded in 1977 and is headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya. Currently operates scheduled passenger and cargo flights to over 70 destinations worldwide, including destinations in Africa, Americas, Asia and Europe.
Kenya Airways is a member of the SkyTeam alliance, a global airline alliance that includes major International airlines. The airline operates a fleet of modern aircraft, including Boeing 787, Dreamliners and Embraer E190s.