Kenya and Tunisia are set to have direct flights as the African begin to establish better trade corporations and investment.
According to PS State Department for Investment and Industry Betty Maina, the Bilateral Air Services Agreement (BASA) is at an advanced stage of negotiation, providing an opportunity for ease of travel and exports between the two countries.
“This will depend on commercial engagement and numbers of travellers involved between Kenya airways and Tunisia airways,” Betty was quoted as saying by Kenya’s the Star.
People traveling between the two nations connect through Middle East or Egypt.
The announcement was made during Kenya-Tunisia Business Forum held on Thursday. This is the first business forum ever held between the countries.