Kenya Airways, Ethiopian lead group of nine African airlines jointly buying fuel

Kenya Airways 737-700. By Rob Finlayson Nine African airlines have come together to purchase aircraft fuel jointly, a move the carriers believe will increase their leverage and raise the value and quality of fuel being procured. According to the African Airlines Assn. (AFRAA), the nine airlines...

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