Silverstone Air has suspended flights to three places in the country.
The company noted that Homa Bay, Wajir and Lodwar have been performing poorly economically.
Speaking to Business Daily on Wednesday the airline said these suspensions are temporal.
“The temporary suspension of scheduled flights on these routes is purely a business decision,“ said Silverstone Air.
Surprisingly, flights to Homa Bay were launched two months ago.
Lodwar flights were launched in January 2018 while flights to Wajir were launched in June this year.
This comes at a time the planes from this company have been involved in a number of accidents.
Last month, a Silverstone plane crashed after taking off from Wilson Airport. Various passengers were injured and rushed to the hospital.
A few weeks ago, another plane crashed another one at Wilson Airport. A day later, another plane made an emergency landing at Eldoret International Airport after it lost its rear tyre moments after takeoff from Lodwar.
These incidences have made people fear travelling with these planes, something that might have contributed to their economic downgrade.
Currently, the Silverstone Air Services are being investigated by the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) over the safety of their planes.