Arising from the developing political situation in Thailand, and based on public safety and security interest, Kenya Airways has confirmed it is actively monitoring the situation on the ground.
Because of the nationwide curfew, between 22h00 and 05h00, the airline suggests that passengers leave extra time to travel to the Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport and check in early for their KQ flights.
All passengers arriving in Bangkok will be required to retain their travel documents on transfer from the airport to their respective destinations. Such documents including boarding passes, tickets and reservation confirmation may come in handy should they be stopped by the army personnel now manning the streets during the curfew. According to the airline, army personnel will allow such passengers to proceed to their destination as long as they produce such valid travel documents.