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Nairobi Securities Exchange Announces Extension Of Suspension From Trading Of Kenya Airways Shares
Kenya Airways Says To Not Resume Flights On Certain Routes In Immediate Future
Kenya Airways Says Suspension From Trading Of Shares To Take Effect From July 3
Kenya Airways PLC, formerly Kenya Airways Limited, is engaged in international, regional and domestic carriage of passengers and cargo by air, the provision of ground handling services to other airlines, and the handling of import and export cargo. The Company's segments include Passenger, Freight and mail, Handling and Others. The Company operates domestic flights and flies to approximately 50 destinations in Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Europe. The Company has approximately 47 aircrafts, which include five Boeing 777 wide body jets, nine Boeing 787, 12 Boeing 737 narrow body jets, 17 Embraer regional jets, two Boeing 737 freighters and two Bombardier Dash 8-400. The Company also provides mobile services. The Company's subsidiaries include JamboJet Limited, which is engaged in providing local passenger air transport services, and African Cargo Handling Limited, which is engaged in providing cargo handling services.
Kenya Airways Headquarters and Base
Airport North Road, 19002, Embakasi
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Acting Group Finance Director, Executive Director
Jan de Vegt
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Kenya Airways expects its full-year 2020 revenues to drop by between 60 billion shillings ($555.30 million) and 70 billion shillings, higher than its previous estimate, its chief executive said on Friday.
Kenya Airways <KQNA.NR> resumed international flights on Saturday, heading to about 30 destinations for the first time since the routes were suspended in March due to the coronavirus.
Kenya Airways has lost an estimated $100 million in revenue as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and related lockdowns, CEO Allan Kilavuka told reporters on Friday.
Kenya Airways will resume aviation fuel hedging in the second half of this year after price volatility drove up its costs, the airline's CEO said on Friday.
Kenya Airways <KQNA.NR> is close to winning approval to run the country's main airport in Nairobi, looking to copy a model that has enabled rivals to overtake it, its chairman said on Monday.
Kenya Airways <KQNA.NR> is interested in the Bombardier <BBDb.TO> CSeries or Embraer's <EMBR3.SA> E2 jet for a short-haul order of 15-20 aircraft, with a decision possibly coming at the end of this year, its chief executive told Reuters on Monday.
Kenya Airways reported on Wednesday nine-month pretax loss of 5.97 billion shillings ($59.03 million) and an after tax loss of 6.1 billion shillings, hurt by a prolonged election period in the country and rising fuel prices.
Kenya Airways said on Wednesday its nine-month after tax loss stood at 6.1 billion shillings ($60.34 million), while its pretax loss was 5.97 billion shillings, adding its performance was hurt by a prolonged election period and rising fuel prices.
Kenya Airways <KQNA.NR> expects its daily direct flights to the United States that it launches for the first time in October to boost annual revenue by 10 percent from 2019, the chief executive said on Thursday.
Kenya Airways reduced first-half losses by 20 percent, helped by cost cuts, and will start flights to New York next year, its new chief executive said on Friday as the company presses ahead with its turnaround.
* Minister cites "business case" for restructuring (Adds Air France-KLM comment)
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