Kenya to close airspace for Barack Obama’s visit

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Kenya will close its airspace for a 50-minute window ahead of US President Barack Obama’s arrival in the capital Nairobi on Friday, the country’s civil aviation authority (KCAA) says.

 

 

A ban on planes flying lower than 20,000 feet will remain in place in Nairobi for the duration of Mr Obama’s three-day visit, it says.
Some US media have criticised the KCAA for revealing Mr Obama’s travel plans.

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