Kenya Airways recorded a first-half net loss of KSh4.8 billion ($47 million), narrowed from a loss of KSh12 billion in the same period last year. It made the loss on slightly lower turnover of KSh54.7 billion, compared to KSh56.7 billion a year ago. The national carrier has been fighting to recover from the heaviest loss in Kenyan corporate history. Under its Operation Pride turnaround plan, the Kenyan flag carrier has embarked on a number of efficiency measures, including reducing its ...

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