Amadeus East Africa have moved back to their newly refurbished offices, eight months after a deadly terrorist attack rocked their premises at the Dusit D2 Complex.
The Amadeus team moved offices to the Oval in Westlands after the attack on January 15, 2019 that left 21 people dead and 28 others injured.
Through a notice, they informed their clients and partners in the travel industry of their move back to their offices at Grosvenor Building at the complex this month.
Kenya Association of Travel Agents CEO Mr. Nicanor Sabula congratulated them for the move saying, “It is good to see Amadeus move back to their former offices. This is clear evidence that they have triumphed over terror”.
Dusit D2 complex located at 14 Riverside Drive houses the Dusit D2 hotel and various local and international companies and organisations.
The Dusit D2 Hotel was re- opened in a colourful event six months after the fatal attack. Among the dignitaries present during the grand re-opening were Cabinet Secretaries for Tourism- Najib Balala, Sports- Amina Mohamed and Defence- Raychelle Omamo.