Kenya Airways reported a KES1.97 billion ($29.5 million) profit in the six months ended Sept. 30, down 18.8% from the KES2.43 billion earned in the year-ago semester. Revenue rose 6.4% to KES30.3 billion while costs climbed 10.3% to KES26.88 billion. Operating profit fell 16.3% to KES3.42 billion from the KES4.09 billion reported in the six months ended Sept. 30, 2006. "The company continues to focus on improving its operational integrity, including addressing its manning shortages for the ...

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