Kenyan regional airline, Jetlink Express, has ceased operations until further notice. The airline has been impacted by the shutdown of South Sudan’s oil market, which caused it to ground nearly eight aircraft for up to four months and financiers to withdraw their support of the airline’s operations following the South Sudanese crisis. Jetlink’s Commercial Manager, Ephraim Kamonjo, said that the airline “may resume operations in four months when the foreign currency issue would be a resolved”. The Kenyan airline has accumulated more than US$2 million, in the Sudanese Pound, which the airline requires in foreign currency.

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