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Kenya Airways records efficiency gains in B767 fleet

Information was received from sources close to Kenya Airways that their fleet’s on-time performance has in recent weeks and months improved steadily, compared to data available from mid/late 2008. The on-time performance factors improved since then from a figure of 95.5 percent to now 98.3 percent, only 0.2 percent below global averages, which stand at 98.5 percent but still improving on a month-by-month basis.

Kenya Airways, by their own admission, has over the past one to one-and-a-half years focused heavily on staff training and improving their on-time departure records, and it seems the measures taken so far, also of course related to improvements in maintenance of their aircraft, have now clearly paid off.

Kenya Airways records efficiency gains in B767 fleet
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By Wolfgang H. Thome, eTN | Mar 15, 2010


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