Kenya Airways (KQ) is suspending services to Muscat (MCT) and Rome (FCO) as part of its capacity optimization plans aimed at increasing frequency on some existing routes, and introducing new destinations in Africa and the Middle East (ATW Daily News, June 15). KQ Group managing director Titus Naikuni said there was insufficient demand on the MCT-FCO route to sustain it. “Owing to the decreased passenger volumes on these routes, we have decided to re-align our capacity across the ...

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