Kenya Airways will take delivery of its first of three Boeing 777-300ER aircraft—the largest in the airline’s fleet—in mid-October. The 400-seat aircraft will enter service on the Nairobi-Guangzhou route in November. The flag carrier operates daily service to Guangzhou via Bangkok, but will begin operating 3X-weekly nonstop service between Nairobi and the southern Chinese city with the arrival of its new 777-300ER.  The aircraft has been acquired as part of the ...

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