Kenya Airways Sells 2 Planes in Bid to Shore Up Its Finances

The sale is disclosed in a September regulatory filing by UK-based Air Partner, which arranged the transaction on behalf of the Nairobi Securities Exchange-listed national carrier. Restructuring its fleet, including selling aircraft and sub-leasing to other airlines has been one of KQ's focus areas in recent years as it seeks to return to profitability.



Kenya Airways aircraft at Entebbe International Airport (file photo).

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