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Kenya Airways Reports 4Q 2010 Increase Of 8.9% To 829,000 Passengers

posted Mar 6, 2011, 11:50 PM by Elaine Bell
Aviator.aero Daily News - 4 MARCH 2011

ATR head of sales John Moore says about 350 aircraft sold during past five years, with one-half in Asia Pacific region. Source_1

Africa Airline Association former secretary general and chief executive officer of African Aviation Services (Kenya), Nick Fadugba, advises African airlines to embrace mergers and acquisitions to improve chances of survival. Source_1

Fokker Services (Netherlands) and Alliance Airlines Australia sign agreement to team up for FLYFokker Take Off program in Asia. Under agreement, Alliance to provide ACMI services, while Fokker to provide logistics and technical support. Source_1

Bombardier CEO Pierre Beaudoin sees CSeries taking greater market share of 100 to 150 seat aircraft from Boeing should latter move ahead with B737 successor by 2019 that seats 150 to 220. Source_1

Comair (South Africa) partners with Solenta Aviation (South Africa) and leases ATR72-200 which will be operating on new routes from Lanseria airport to Maputo and Gaborone from 03 May 2011 in British Airways livery. Source_1

Tanzania tourism minister advocates starting regional airline to service Southern Africa Development Community. Source_1

Kenya Airways reports 4Q 2010 increase of 8.9 percent to 829,000 passengers. Source_1
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