Kenya Airways Issues RFPs Toward Doubling Its Fleet

Kenya Airways is looking to double its fleet to 70 aircraft by 2025.Working teams from the airline are meeting with lessors in Dublin, CEO Sebastian Mikosz told Aviation Daily at the airline’s Nairobi headquarters.“We have presented to all aircraft producers our network growth plan for the next five...

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