The Competition Authority of Kenya (CAK) has ordered the immediate halting of Fly540 operations responding to the increased instances of passenger complaints like advertising with false information, delays in making refunds, and cancellation of flights on short notice. The airline’s license expired in September 2022 and it has been operating illegally without a valid license, CAK said. CAK director-general Boniface Makongo said in an order to Fly540 airline chief executive Donald Smith Earle: “Fly540 Limited is hereby directed by the authority to with immediate effect, cease and desist from advertising for flight bookings in electronic, print, and social media or
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