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Kenya Airways records efficiency gains in B767 fleet

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By Wolfgang H. Thome, eTN | Mar 15, 2010

Kenya Airways records efficiency gains in B767 fleet
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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.


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