25 January 2013

Kenya Airways Is 36 Years Today

Kenya airways is embarking on an aggressive marketing campaign in an effort to turn around its fortunes. A tough aviation period saw the airline report a 4.6 billion shilling loss and suffer bad publicity following its retrenchment exercise last year. The airline, which marked its 36th anniversary today is now focusing on increasing passengers numbers in the coming months.

Here's KQ cheif operating officer Mbuvi Ngunze MBUVI NGUNZE - MARKET

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