Kenya Airways' Bid to Run Kenyatta Airport Falls Flat

The Kenya Airports Authority has told the National Assembly's transport committee that Kenya Airways has no financial and technical capacity to run the airport. The airline also  owes local banks over U.S.$211 million.

Passengers at the International Departures hall of Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (file photo).


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