Silverstone Air has made public its plans to rebrand to save negative publicity just a year after halting passenger services.
The carrier grounded its Dash-8 series in 2019 following safety concerns after experiencing minor accidents with the planes.
At the time it suspended its services, the company had bookings running into Ksh100 million and which stretched to 2022.
“We had bookings worth over Ksh100 million stretching into 2022. Most of those who booked directly and online have since been refunded. Those who booked tickets via agents will get refunded by those agents,” said Silverstone Air reservations manager Maureen Bittah.
The airline has however informed the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) over its plans to change name to Jetline Air Limited.