Kenya Airways 777-200ER. Courtesy, KQ Kenya Airways (KQ) said 126 staff members have left the airline, completing the voluntary redundancy phase of its cost-cutting program after a court order was lifted blocking plans to cut jobs (ATW Daily News, Aug. 15). The program was concluded despite a directive from Kenya’s prime minister Raila Odinga earlier this month urging the airline to suspend its cutback plans until union negotiations were over. The staff who accepted the ...

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