Brussels and Nairobi, Kenya African Aspirations About two years ago, Embraer and Kenya Airways began negotiations on establishing the airframer's second authorized service center in Africa for commercial aircraft, to specialize in E-Jets. The companies' ambitions gel well: Embraer wants to expand its total service offering on the continent with a trusted partner, and Kenya Airways operates five Embraer E-170s and 12 E-190s, and will receive another three E-Jets by November. The ...
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