Kenya Airways resumes commercial passenger flights to Ghana and Sierra Leone on September 16 and to Liberia on September 17.
The resumption of the air service comes months after the National Airliner suspended flights sometime in March amid fears of coronavirus spread.
The flag carrier said in an advertisement in the Daily Nation newspaper that it will fly four times a week to Accra and twice weekly to Freetown and Monrovia.
However, prior to the announcement, the national carrier had already commenced operations on the Nairobi-Dakar (Senegal) route.
Kenya Airways resumed international passenger service on August 1 with flights to Britain and Ethiopia while domestic service restarted on July 15.
Sometime in August, the agreement between the Tanzania and the Kenyan governments to relax covid-19 regulations for air travel of citizens turned into a stalemate after Kenya omitted Tanzania from the list of countries exempted to undergo a 14 day covid-19 quarantine procedure.