In not a friendly neigbourly love affair, Tanzania yesterday banned Kenya airways operating the Nairobi Dar es Salaam route. It follows Kenya’s earlier denial of Air Tanzania, Tanzania’s national carrier cargo flights into Nairobi. The Tanzania Civil Authority (TCAA) the decision by Kenya violated the 2016 Memorandum of Understanding on air services between the two countries. Before the ban, Kenya airways fly 30 times weekly to Dar es Salaam, its most frequent international routes, with estimated 1 million people visiting Tanzania for tourism purposes. Both Kenya and Tanzania are not landlocked countries, with Kenya the largest economy in the region.