Kenya Airways has announced its plans to introduce direct flights to Tel Aviv following successful bilateral trade relations talks between the government and Israeli business and government delegation. Speaking during a farewell cocktail hosted by Kenya Airways in honour of the delegation, the airlines’ Chief Executive Officer and Group Managing Director, Dr Titus Naikuni said
The Group Manager Director/Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Titus Naikuni, will be retiring at the end of November 2014, after 11 illustrious years at the helm of the national carrier, Kenya Airways Ltd – “The Pride of Africa”. In January this year, the board of directors engaged the services of an international executive search firm,
Children in the Wilderness (CITW), organisers of the acclaimed annual Nedbank Tour de Tuli mountain bike tour, has launched the cycle route for the 2014 event, which will see 350 mountain bikers travel across more than 250 km of challenging and remote terrain in Botswana, Zimbabwe and South Africa between 01 and 06 August. The
Kenya Airways received 5Y-KZB, its second Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, on 21 June 2014, as it steps up efforts to expand and modernise its fleet. The aircraft landed at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi at 13:45, flown by Captain John Mathias Kimani. Speaking after receiving the aircraft, Kenya Airways’ Chief Operating Officer Mbuvi
From the end of June, the Kenya Airport Authority (KAA) will launch the renaming of the various terminals now in use or to be put into use in coming weeks and months, doing away with the familiar “Unit 1, Unit 2, Unit 3” which were in use since the airport was officially launched in 1978.