Kenya Airways Becomes Fifth African Carrier To Serve U.S.

Credit: Rob Finlayson
Kenya Airways launched daily Nairobi-New York John F. Kennedy International Airport services Oct. 28, making it the fifth African carrier serving the U.S. “Nairobi is the eighth city in Africa that will be served from the U.S. For us it is the longest flight: We cross one-fourth of the planet—12,500...

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