A Polish aviation turnaround expert has told journalists that if the government does not succeed to push through the controversial plan to have Kenya Airways take over management of the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, the carrier will, in a span of five years, diminish to the level of its low cost subsidiary Jambojet and lose its prestigious tag of the Pride of Africa.
Airline Must Take Over Nairobi's Airport or Face Total Collapse
East African, 17 March 2019
After being on the job for nearly two years, Sebastian Mikosz, the Polish aviation turnaround expert that the Kenyan government hired to save its national carrier, Kenya Airways,… Read more »
The Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi.
Mikosz Dismisses Allegations Against Him and Kenya Airways
Nation, 10 March 2019
Kenya Airways chief executive Sebastian Mikosz has termed "groundless and unjustified" claims on social media that he earns a monthly salary of over Sh8 million. Read more »
Mudavadi Wants Takeover of JKIA By Kenya Airways Stopped
Nation, 7 March 2019
Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi has asked the government to stop any partnership between Kenya Airways (KQ) and the Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) until… Read more »
The planned take-over of the airport by Kenya Airways on a joint partnership with the Kenya Airports Authority, is the reported reason for the strike action by workers who belong ... Read more »
Should Kenya Airports Authority grant Kenya Airways permission to manage operations at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport for a concession period of 30 years, the national carrier ... Read more »
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