Kenya Airways weighs leaving SkyTeam, pursuing JVs

Credit: Rob Finlayson
Kenya Airways is questioning its future as a SkyTeam alliance member, saying joint ventures (JVs) might prove more valuable to the airline. “What advantage would we have to stay in SkyTeam? And what when we are independent? We don't have to be in SkyTeam to have JVs and our shareholder structure...

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