UPDATE – June 9. For hundreds of Kenyans working in Qatar, it is unclear how they will get home. The airspace around the oil state is closed off for Qatar Airways by neighboring countries.The booming economic growth in Qatar attracted hundreds of Kenyans who are working in sectors such as the hotel and restaurant industry. There are also a high number of Kenyan professional athletes who have switched nationalities.Business Insider reports Kenyan officials called in a crisis meeting to discuss a way forward over Qatar tricky diplomatic situation. So far Qatar Airways has not released alternative routes for Kenyans.Update June 6th:The Gulf region has been hit by its most devastating diplomatic crisis in recent years. Amid the row, major airlines have suspended travel to and from Qatar. In this article, we provide you with all the latest details as they have unfolded.Diplomatic row has caused havoc with airlinesSaudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, and Bahrain have cut off diplomatic ties with Qatar. The countries mentioned above have announced they will suspend all air, sea and land transport to and from Qatar, according to reports.This diplomatic rift in the Gulf region has resulted in significant disruptions with airlines in the area. Major carriers have suspended their flights hence leaving many passengers stranded at airports in the Gulf.Qatar Airways, on its website, reported that it has terminated flights to Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain, and Egypt until further notice.