Kenya Airways for now is retaining its order for Boeing 787 and is “still optimistic” of receiving the first aircraft in the first quarter of 2014, the airline tells Aviation Week. Kenya Airways has nine 787-8s on firm order to replace its aging fleet of the 767 models, plus an additional four on purchase options. After a series of postponements related to the 787’s initial production problems, the Nairobi-based airline is due to take delivery of the first of the nine 787s by the end of ...
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