Kenya Airways is adding capacity as it prepares take back two Boeing 787-8s and three 777-300ERs as their leases expire over the next two years. The 787-8s that were on a three-year wet lease arrangement with Oman Air will return in 2019 and the 777s that were leased to Turkish Airlines will return in 2019/20. CEO Sebastian Mikosz told ATW the SkyTeam member—which leased out the aircraft as part of its restructuring plan—is not sure what to do with the three larger 777-300ERs ...

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