The new headquarters for Kenya civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) and two new Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) terminals are set to officially be opened by President Kenyatta on Monday.
Once commissioned, Terminals 1A and 1E will mark a major step in the ongoing expansion and modernization of East Africa’s busiest airport.
Investment in the terminals and KCAA headquarters is designed to benefit the growth of the aviation sector in Kenya, in line with Vision 2030.
A strong policy framework has been laid by MOTI to build a robust independent regulator in KCAA and strong hub operator in KAA.
Expansion and modernization of JKIA is a flagship project of Vision 2030 that seeks to enable it to accommodate increasing number of passengers and cargo moving through the airport.