Meanwhile is travel with the Pride of Africa safe and recent schedule changes have introduced a range of additional flights on domestic routes to the Kenya coast, into the region and across Africa, which remains a key source market for transit passengers traveling with Kenya Airways via Nairobi to their final destinations.
Originally posted on ATC News by Wolfgang H. Thome:
KENYA AIRWAYS CONFIRMS DELIVERY OF THREE MORE B787 DREAMLINERS BETWEEN MAY AND JULY
(Posted 08th April 2015)
The recently witnessed attempt by sections of the social media, fueled by known individuals with an obviously hidden agenda to discredit Kenya Airways, has now all but evaporated as the puppet masters behind the campaign apparently realized that their intended purpose of the smear campaign could not be achieved.
While there is no hiding of the fact that the airline is going through a rough patch, caused by Ebola fears which has broadly impacted on sub-Saharan Africa and of course the crippling anti-travel advisories, both of which has affected passenger numbers, are there nevertheless silver linings on the horizon.
The airline plans to restructure their debt burden and the services of a consultancy firm will be used to accomplish that task, which in the short and medium term should bring financial relief in…
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