Kenya Airways posted a net profit of KES2.43 billion ($33.6 million) in the first half of its fiscal year ended Sept. 30, an 8.9% increase over the KES2.23 billion earned in the corresponding six months last year. The carrier said it is committed to expanding despite concerns over fuel costs, security and increased competition. It will add a fourth 777-200ER in February and replace its two Saab 340s with regional jets. Revenues rose 12.3% to KES28.47 billion and expenses climbed 14.7% to ...

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