After announcing a service linking Nairobi to Dubai via Mombasa – and in a sign that African skies are finally starting to open up – flag carrier Kenya Airways says it is introducing a service that will link Nairobi to Dakar (Senegal) via Accra, starting...
Flag carrier Kenya Airways (KQ) says it will launch a four-times-weekly service between the coastal city of Mombasa and Dubai starting December 15. The service will be operated using a Boeing 737-800 and increases KQ’s frequencies to Dubai to fourteen round...
Flag carrier Kenya Airways (KQ) is flying into headwinds after the Kenya Airline Pilots Association (KALPA), declared strike action starting at 6.00 am local, November 5. KALPA said there would be no Kenya Airways departure flown by its members from the carrier’s hub...
Troubled flag carrier Kenya Airways continued to claw back territory during the first half of 2022, posting a 76 percent increase in revenue and reducing the loss position by 31.5 percent. The carrier says “pent-up demand and the removal of travel restrictions” have...
KQ, Kenya’s flag carrier has been in the news more for its precarious position and a painful turnaround effort. As rationalization of the business enters the final lap, chief executive Allan Kilavuka and the shareholders are seeing the proverbial light at the end of...
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