Kenya Airways (KQ) has signed a deal with, Eve Holding Inc. and Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer to purchase 40 flying taxis.
Through its new subsidiary Fahari Aviation, KQ will bring the flying taxis to the country and also establish a business model for drone cargo operations.
Kenya Airways (KQ) and Safaricom have announced an extension of the FIA Rally Stars partnership to support four Kenyan drivers who have been selected for the FIA Rally Star Programme.
The four will participate in this year’s Safari Rally that will take place from June 23
Kenya’s national carrier Kenya Airways (KQ) has adopted a cashless mode of payment at its two major airports.
Both Moi International Airport (Mombasa) and the Kisumu International Airport (KIA) will start receiving payments via credit cards or M-Pesa effective June 1, 2022.
“The implementation of a cashless
The 10th Aviation Stakeholders Convention, hosted by the African Airlines Association (AFRAA) and Kenya Airways (KQ), ended May 10 in Nairobi at the Emara Ole-Sereni hotel.
The two-day convention provided a platform to showcase new developments and innovations in aviation, discussing industry business trends, networking and
Kenya Airways (KQ) will receive an extra Ksh.36.6 billion from the National Treasury from July this year.
This is part of a bailout package the Kenyan government has set aside for the cash-crunched airline, after it reported a Ksh.15.8 billion loss for the year ended December
Kenya Airways (KQ) cut its manpower from 3652 in 2020 to 3544 in 2021 to represent a three percent cut on the carrier’s payroll.
This was against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic that hit the airline.
The slashing saw employee costs fall to Ksh.12.71 billion from
Kenya Airways (KQ) and South African Airways (SAA) are chatting a path for a joint operation under a conglomerate from 2023, a move likened to the Association of European Airlines (AEA) which brought together 22 major airlines in Europe.
The move, according to KQ’s Chairman Michael
The national carrier, Kenya Airways has reported a net loss of Ksh.15.8 billion for the financial year ended December 2021.
This is a drop of 56.58 percent compared to Ksh.36.2 billion it posted in the same period the previous year amid the heightened COVID-19 travel restrictions.
The National Treasury presented the state budget supplementary estimates to parliament with a new grant of Ksh.26.5 billion to the national carrier, Kenya Airways (KQ).
Allocation to KQ constituted the highest of the Treasury’s extra spending, most of which was drawn from a reduction in marine
Kenya Airways (KQ) has resumed daily flights to Dubai following the ease of travel restrictions that had been issued by the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA) on flights from Kenya and other African nations.
This is after Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Rachel Omamo assured the country