Kenya Airways reported a KES860 million ($11 million) profit in the fiscal semester ended Sept. 30, up 16.8% from the KES736 million earned in the year-ago period thanks to relatively stable operating results and gains on its fuel hedges. Six-month revenue fell 1.7% year-over-year to KES33.5 billion while costs inched up 1.7% to KES33.3 billion, resulting in an 8% fall in operating profit to KES162 million. KQ said the "volatile" political climate, an August strike and the "global economic ...

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