Kenya Airways is weighing the possibility of acquiring four Boeing 737 MAX narrowbodies to operate on smaller international markets. CEO Sebastian Mikosz told ATW that two 737-700s, which were in a sale-and-lease back deal in 2017,  will leave Kenya’s fleet in 2018 and the airline is looking to replace those and expand. The Nairobi-based airline, a SkyTeam alliance member, operates a fleet of eight Boeing 737-800s, the two -700s, two 737-300Fs, seven Boeing 787-8s and 15 Embraer ...

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