EASA has issued a conflict zone information bulletin (CZIB), warning that there is an anti-aircraft weaponry risk to airlines flying in Kenyan airspace. In the bulletin, issued Sept. 9, EASA alerted airlines to a notice to airmen (NOTAM) about the hazardous situation in Kenya that was released by the UK Aug. 26. The NOTAM, which remains valid until Nov. 11, warns of the potential risk of overflying Kenyan airspace and territory at altitudes of under 25,000 ft. because of “dedicated ...

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