Kenyan carrier Jetlink Express (J0) suspended all scheduled flights Nov. 16 after its creditors cut off funding. In a statement, J0 said it has over $2 million in revenues in South Sudan, mainly in Sudanese pounds, although is unable to access this cash because of a scarcity of foreign currency in South Sudan. The airline’s credit lines in Kenya were based on these revenues. “Unfortunately, our Kenyan bankers have recently advised us that they will no longer be able to ...

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