Kenya Airways gets new aircraft
30 May 2014, 18:52
Nairobi - Kenya Airways is set to receive a couple of additional Boeing aircraft on lease from GE Capital Aviation Services Ltd (GECAS).
According to GECAS, the commercial aircraft leasing arm of GE has announced that it will lease two Boeing 737-800 aircraft to Kenya Airways o expand the carrier’s fleet.
“The aircraft come from GECAS' existing order book with Boeing and are scheduled for delivery in early 2015,” read a GECAS statement.
Kenya Airways currently operates more than 40 aircraft to more than 50 destinations.
Reports of Kenya Airways adding its fleet through lease comes after Kenya Airways received two B777-300ER aircraft.
Of the two aircraft, one currently flies Guangzhou while the second one will begin flying between Nairobi and Amsterdam on Sunday.
- CAJ News
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