About two years ago, Embraer and Kenya Airways began negotiations on establishing the airframerâ€™s second authorized service center in Africa for commercial aircraft, to specialize in E-Jets. The companiesâ€™ ambitions gel well: Embraer wants to expand its total service offering on the continent with a trusted partner, and Kenya Airways operates five Embraer 170s and 12 E-190s, and will receive another three E-Jets by November. The airline also aims to build its maintenance, repair and overhaul ...
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