Kenya's civil aviation regulators has disclosed that Silverstone Air Services is being subjected to an audit, after another incident involving a turboprop operated by the regional carrier.
One of the airline's Bombardier Dash 8-300s lost a wheel assembly during take-off from Lodwar, in northwest Kenya, for a service to Nairobi on 28 October.
The captain of the aircraft opted to divert to Eldoret airport, says the carrier, adding: "This was a precautionary action and the aircraft landed safely."
Silverstone says its passengers were subsequently rebooked on an alternative service to Nairobi.
It operates four Dash 8-300s, according to Cirium fleets data.
Silverstone had suffered a Fokker 50 accident during take-off from Wilson airport, Nairobi, less than three weeks earlier, on 11 October. The aircraft was badly damaged after veering off the runway.
Kenya's civil aviation authority says it is "fully aware" of the Silverstone events and states that it is "currently carrying out an audit inspection on the airline".
It adds that the audit follows "various air incidents and an accident" involving the carrier, and is being conducted to determine whether the company complies with civil aviation regulations and its own manuals and procedures.
"Safety and security within the Kenyan airspace remains our paramount priority," it states.