Moses Ndiema, secretary general of Kenya Aviation Workers Union (KAWU), and 10 other officials have been released.
Their release was as an exchange to stop striking and resume work immediately as legal proceeding continue.
This comes after the workers on Wednesday last week disrupted operations at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) when they went on strike leaving thousands stranded.
The DPP, according to the agreement, withdrew all criminal charges against the 10 KAWU members and officials arrested during the strike, led by Secretary-General Moss Ndiema, Citizen Digital confirms.
The aviation workers will, hence, be required to call off their strike and resume duty immediately in compliance with the order of the Employment and Labour Relations Court issued on March 5, 2019.