Computer-generated drawing of 787 in Kenya Airways livery. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. Kenya Airways received compensation from Boeing for the delay of its Dreamliners, although the amount does not fully cover the expenses associated with the delay, Group Finance Director Alex Mbugua told ATW on the sidelines of an investors briefing in Nairobi earlier this month. KQ mid-April reached a settlement with Boeing on a new delivery schedule for nine Boeing 787-8s, and finalized a purchase ...

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