Kenya Airways Executives Says Airbus Aircraft May Be Included In Fleet Plan

Kenya Airways is reassessing its fleet growth plans beyond 2015 and could consider adding Airbus aircraft to a fleet currently dominated by Boeing narrow- and widebodies, CEO Titus Naikuni told Aviation Week in an interview in Nairobi. The airline is contemplating orders for about 50 new aircraft as...

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