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Kenya Airways in danger

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Kenya Airways CEO, Titus Naikuni, has warned that the airline’s operations could be in trouble unless improvement is made in there Kenya’s jet fuel stocks.

Kenya Airways CEO, Titus Naikuni, has warned that the airline’s operations could be in trouble unless improvement is made in there Kenya’s jet fuel stocks.

“If the situation does not improve within the next 1 to 2 days, our operations will be severely affected,” Naikuni said at press conference recently.

According to Naikuni, the airline is consulting with fuel companies and with the Kenya Pipeline Company in a bid to remedy the situation.

“We have also constituted a committee chaired by the Chief Operating Officer to devise contingency plans should the situation deteriorate. I would like to assure our passengers that we are doing all we can to maintain our schedule integrity especially during the festive season,” said Naikuni

The airline operates an average of 75 flights per day out of Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (in Nairobi) and services to 43 destinations.