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KQ’s new E-190s to boost African presence
Thursday, 24 January 2013
Kenya Airways has taken delivery of the sixth of ten fully owned E-190 jets. The new aircraft is suited for short regional routes, within Africa, where the airline is keen on boosting its presence.

The 96-seat aircraft has 12 seats in business class and 84 in economy class. Kenya Airways now has 11 Embraer E190s currently operating. “Acquisition of the E-190 aircraft is a step towards growing the airline network by route and frequency growth, and it is ideal, especially for new route development, while increasing frequencies on existing routes,” said Dr Titus Naikuni, Kenya Airways ceo.

Under its 10-year strategic plan, the airline plans to increase its fleet to 119 aircraft by 2021 and grow its destinations to over 115, from the 50 it currently flies to. Kenya Airways has also ordered nine B787 Dreamliners that are due for delivery by 2014.

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