KQ to receive three more planes

Former Kenya Airways chief executive Titus Naikuni and chairman Evanson Mwaniki disembark from Dreamliner B787 during its official reception in Nairobi on April 5, 2014. Boeing President Marc Allen has urged African airlines to forge alliances and mergers to survive. FILE PHOTO | SALATON NJAU | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • Airline announced Sh10bn loss in the half year, the worst in Kenya’s corporate sector.
  • Airline to lease remaining three aircraft as it eyes Middle East carriers like Qatar and Emirates in a cash-for-equity deal.

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