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Kenya Airways to resume services to from Nairobi to Rome on December 16 with B767-300ER

posted Aug 23, 2010, 7:29 AM by Rowan Hewitt

Aviator.Aero News

Kenya Airways to resume services to from Nairobi to Rome on December 16 with B767-300ER.

Rwandair CEO Rene Janata says carrier plans to start scheduled flights from Kigali to Kinshasa and Dubai via Mombasa in October 2010.

Rwandair takes delivery of second of two B737-500s on lease from GECAS (US).

ALAFCO (Kuwait) applies for aicraft funds and/or guarantees from Ex-Im Bank (US) on behalf of Okay Airways (China) and Ethiopian Airlines, separately.

Ethiopian Airlines is in process of selling five F50s as new Q400s arrive.

Ethiopian Airlines resumes flights to Djibouti after two-week suspension due to dispute over use of aircraft on route between capitals.

Tunisair to see its annual fuel bill decrease by 3 percent as Tunisia removes 10 percent tax on prices of kerosene.

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