Kenya Airways targets premium passengers for financial revival | Africanews
2 weeks ago, 02:18
Kenya Airways plans to target high-level customers, as part of efforts to revive the airline’s fortunes. The airlines came close to collapse, leading to a $2 billion financial restructuring in November that included a government bailout. It shrank Air France KLM’s stake according chief executive, Sebastian Mikosz. Kenya Airways, majority owned by the government and 7.8 percent by Air France KLM, is sub-Saharan Africa’s third largest carrier by fleet after Ethiopian Airlines and South A ...
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