Kenya Airways 777-200ER. Courtesy, KQ   Kenya Airways ‘ (KQ) profit dropped more than 50% for the year ended March 31, compared to the year-ago period as the airline felt the effects of high fuel prices, the crisis in the eurozone and generally weak economic conditions. It recorded a profit after tax of KES1.66 billion ($19.5 million), down from last year’s figure of KES3.53 billion. Revenue rose 26% to a record KES107.9 billion, up from KES85.8 ...

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