Kenya’s aviation industry among the best globally

Kenya’s aviation industry has always received harsh criticism from the public. But the industry is more advanced than what people think about. Regulator: The regulator is Kenya Civil Aviation Authority. The supervision is focused and aviators are forced to adhere to the law and the requirements. For those who don‘t, action is taken and no aviator wants his licence stripped. Maintenance: The operators stick to the maintenance schedule as required. The engineers are world class and well trained according to international standards. Training: Kenya has more than 25 flying schools that have trained a lot of people who are working all over the world. The Kenyan aviation community is vibrant and safety measures are at par with global standards. It is a top notch compared to other African countries, and that’s why you should feel safe. [Jimmy Wanjala]