Kenya Airways’ pilots have resumed work after their union, the Kenya Airlines Pilots Association (Kalpa), called off a strike that disrupted flights for days.
The pilots resumed at 06:00 local time as ordered by a labour court.
A judge ruled on Tuesday that they should resume work “unconditionally” pending another court’s decision on whether the strike was legal.
Judge Anna Mwaure also ruled that Kenya Airways should allow the pilots to perform their duties “without harassment or intimidation”.
The pilots have been protesting against the suspension of their contributions to a retirement fund by their employer.