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Kenya Airways applies for extended immunity over KLM-Air France deal

(eTN) - Information was received from Nairobi that Kenya Airways has applied to the country’s competition authority for extended exemption of their partnership deals with KLM/Air France, to prevent

Kenya Airport Authority concedes terminal 4 may not be ready until...

(eTN) - Aviation sources in Nairobi are getting increasingly worried over the apparent delays in procurement for Terminal 4 furnishings and equipment, prolonging the worsening congestion of the Jomo K

Kenya aviation stakeholders denounce CASSOA as greedy

(eTN) - Emotions were once again running high between Kenya aviation stakeholders and the regional Civil Aviation Safety and Security Oversight Agency (CASSOA), when the latter announced the introduct

Kenya Civil Aviation plans fee whopper

(eTN) - While aviation stakeholders have been locked in a seemingly never-ending argument with the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA), with a near breakdown of relations when KCAA broke a gentleman

Kenya’s aviation sector: who next to fall to hard times?

(eTN) - Aviation in Kenya is generally a thriving industry with the number of aircraft registered and the daily flights recorded at the main airports, at Wilson, and across the entire country’s airf

Aviation news: First casualty in airfare wars in Kenya

(eTN) - East African Safari Air Express, airline coding B5, has halted all flights in the face of ever stiffer competition in particular on their route to Juba, Southern Sudan, and shrinking traffic t

Kenya Airways executive resigns

A day prior to the publication of results, showing a staggering 5.6 billion Kenya shillings loss after years of steadily growing profits, did Richard Nuttal tender his resignation to the board of dire

Kenya Airports CEO reappointment causes storm of outrage

The re-appointment on Friday for at least one more year of the disputed Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) CEO George Muhoho has immediately caused yet more controversy.

Poll crisis slows Kenya Airways’ revenue stream, says CEO

NAIROBI, Kenya (eTN) - A drop in passenger numbers has eaten into Kenya Airways‚ revenue stream, the CEO of the airline, Titus Naikuni, has said.Speaking to CNN on Friday, Naikuni said the airline has been forced to suspend flights to some destinations after the eruption of violence triggered by the disputed presidential election result.

Cargo airlines shun Eldoret

Tons of flowers worth millions of shillings destined for export are lying at the Eldoret Airport for lack of cargo flights to airlift them to the international markets.The crisis follows the discontinuation of international cargo flights to the town because of the post-election violence that rocked the region.