Terminals 1B and 1C at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport have been closed following planned renovations and upgrade by the Kenya Airports Authority (KAA). Meanwhile, all flight operations in the two terminals have migrated to Terminal 1A and Terminal 2. KAA, which owns and operates all civilian airports and airstrips in Kenya, announced last Saturday that it had shut down the two terminals for renovation work which will take a year to complete. Here is a summary of operational terminal changes at JKIA the authority released alongside the announcement:

FlightCodePrevious TerminalCurrent Terminal
Lufthansa German AirlinesLHT1CT1A
Qatar AirwaysQRT1CT1A
Ethiopian AirlinesETT1CT1A
Air MozambiqueTMT1CT1A
Air ArabiaGGT1CT1A
Turkish AirlinesTKT1CT1A
Egypt AirMST1CT1A
Air IndiaAIT1BT1A
British AirwaysBAT1BT1A
Uganda AirURT1BT2

KAA has assured travellers and its partner airlines of a smooth transition to ensure a seamless travel experience. However, if you plan to travel soon, kindly double-check your flight status with your respective airline to minimise any inconvenience.