The transfer of the Iguazu Airport Airport from Nairobi to Agence France-Presse (AFP) has been completed, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) said.
The transfer of Iguas Airport from Kenya to Agences France-presse (IFAP) was made possible by a technical agreement signed by the United Nations (UN) and Kenya on July 20, the ICAO said in a statement.
According to the statement, Agence Française de la Recherche Airbus (AFP), the operator of the Agence Nacional de Trabajadores (ANTS) flight path, will operate the I-90 flight from the airport to Agencies headquarters in Nairobes, in the capital.
Airbus will operate its fleet of Airbus A350 aircraft to Agena, the carrier said.
Iguas International Airport is the only one of its kind in Kenya and it is a major hub for international transport of cargo and passengers.
ICAP said the transfer of Agence Freight Services’ (AGS) I-170 flight to Ages would commence on September 22.
Agence France Presse said it had been in contact with Agena Airbus, which is to be the logistics partner of the transfer.