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Friday, 30 July 2010

Aviation Watch (Kenyan Airways)

“The airline will from August 6, 2010 operate six flights weekly. The increased frequency is pegged to the increased demand on the route. It is also a deliberate effort by the airline to offer customers flexibility and convenient connections"
Kenyan Airways tripling its flights into Ndola from twice a week because of increased demand from the Copperbelt. The news comes in the wake of Zambezi Airlines recent acquisition of the third B737-500 as a boost towards transforming the aviation industry. We have previously touched on the structural problems in the aviation market here

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