Kenya Airways reported a KES736 million ($8.5 million) profit in its fiscal first semester ended Sept. 30, down 62.7% from the KES1.97 billion earned in the year-ago period, as fuel prices rose and it managed only "paltry" passenger growth owing to the tourism decline caused by the violence that followed last December's elections. Six-month revenue rose 12.4% year-over-year to KES34.07 billion while expenses were up 20.8% to KES32.46 billion. Operating profit fell 53.1% to KES1.61 billion ...

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