According to local media reported on the 17th local time, after the Kenya Airport Authority (Kaa) announced that the aircraft abandoned in the country’s airports had security risks, about 101 aircraft will face the risk of being auctioned to pay for the rising parking fees. < / P > < p > Kaa gives the owners of these aircraft 30 days to claim the aircraft, otherwise they will be sold by public auction. These include planes used by business tycoons and politicians for short haul flights, as well as commercial aircraft from some large companies. In addition, aircraft belonging to national institutions such as the Kenyan police, Moi University and the Somali air force also have the risk of being sold by auction.
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