Kenya Airways Seeks Govt Help to Ward Off Rivals
Kenya Airways chairman, Michael Joseph, says all of Kenya Airways' "serious competitors" in Africa, all of them state-owned, are merely "marketing arms of their countries". This implies that the carriers do not have to operate on the same survival logic as KQ as they are guaranteed state support.
Kenya Airways' Boeing 777-300ER aircraft at JKIA, Nairobi.
Nation, 23 September 2017
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