Less Pilots, Less Flights at Kenya Airways

The airline which has been reportedly losing U.S.$50 million annually as a result of the shortage of pilots, has been operating with 435 pilots while its flight frequencies requires 497. Over 40% of flights have been delayed in the first seven months of 2019.

The inaugural KQ flight at the John F Kennedy airport in New York (file photo).

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