Kenya to close airspace for Barack Obama’s visit

U.S. President Barack Obama speaks at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta
U.S. President Barack Obama

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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