777-300ER in GECAS livery. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. Kenya Airways signed a letter of intent with GECAS for the lease of two new Boeing 777-300ERs as part of its long-term expansion plan, Group MD Titus Naikuni revealed to ATW on the sidelines of the Connectivity in Africa conference organized by Embraer in Nairobi. The new -300ERs are in addition to its Dreamliner order and are expected to be delivered at the end of 2012-early 2013 if the contract is firmed, he said. KQ would use ...

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