Kenya Airways Will Cut Boeing Fleet To Reach Profitability

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Kenya Airways, once one of Africa’s most ambitious and profitable network carriers, is in deep crisis. Management, with the help of outside consultants and a government loan to keep the airline afloat, is trying to turn the tide, but as CEO Mbuvi Ngunze points out: “Rome wasn’t built in a day. When...

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