Kenya Airways added a seventh 767-300 to its fleet last week to meet rapidly growing demand on its network from West, East and Central Africa to Dubai, Guangzhou, Thailand and Mumbai. The new aircraft is on lease. KQ is looking to expand its Nairobi hub this year and aims to operate daily flights to most of its African destinations. Recently it started daily service to Douala and increased frequencies to Entebbe and Dar es Salaam. It also will start flights to Brazzaville and Cotonou by ...

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