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(eTN) - The Kenya Civil Aviation Authority recently re-certified Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) in accordance with guidelines issued by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
(eTN) - Two leading stakeholders in Kenya’s tourism industry, the Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) and national airline Kenya Airways (KQ), have yesterday put pen to paper to sign a one-year partnership ag
(eTN) - Sources in Nairobi have confirmed that the Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) is seeking an additional 500 million Kenya shillings (US$5.9 million) to fund a series of “recovery missions” aimed to
(eTN) - The announcement yesterday of Kenya Airways’ half-year financial results brought home the reality of what the company’s management has been saying for a while now, that sharply risen cost
KENYA (eTN) - An announcement over the weekend from Nairobi gave details on the codeshare agreement now signed by Kenya Airways, “The Pride of Africa,” and SkyTeam alliance partner, Korean Air.
(eTN) - Whatever hopes and expectations there may have been as a result of Tanzania President Jakaya Kikwete’s visit earlier this week to Kenya, the Kenyan aviation and tourism sectors are far from
(eTN) - When a budget analysis was done in Kenya last Friday in a series of breakfast and lunchtime presentations by leading accounting, audit, and financial service consultancy firms, the stark reali
(eTN) - Key stakeholders from the private and public sector in Kenya, as well as association leaders, have stood up to be counted yesterday and condemned the criminal masterminds and perpetrators of t
(eTN) - In an unwarranted broadside against the media and their reporting, the recently-appointed new Tourism Minister of Kenya, Dan Mwazo, has done more harm than good to his cause to promote tourism
(eTN) - In a media statement issued ahead of the Easter weekend, the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) Corporate Communications Department finally responded with a detailed account of their own, after the
(eTN) - Leading stakeholders in Kenya’s tourism industry are getting more vocal now about the government’s dragging out the announcement of an election date.
(eTN) - Warnings by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in the UK about the possibility of an imminent terror strike on Kenya, and in particular targeting foreign nationals, especially British, has sh
(eTN) - Reports from Mombasa tell a story different from what many global media organizations would want their readers to believe as occupancies remain high and forward bookings have remained steady,
(eTN) - Nairobi will see the inaugural version of Kenya’s own international tourism show go underway when on October 19 and 20 the industry will be showcasing the country’s attractions from its su
(eTN) - Well known banker, and during his successful time in Uganda, CEO of Stanbic Bank, a close acquaintance of this correspondent, Kitili Mbathi was yesterday afternoon introduced to the public as
(eTN) - Stinging criticism over alleged complacency and even incompetence have produced the expected knee-jerk reaction by the Kenyan government, which had come to realize that a lot more than just so
(eTN) - The meeting of the East African Community’s (EAC) sectoral council on tourism and wildlife in Mombasa ended with calls to fast-track the long overdue introduction of a common tourist visa fo
(eTN) - Information received overnight from Nairobi talks of over 100 international and regional construction companies expressing interest in the tender documents available from the Kenya Airports Au
(eTN) - "We have it in our hands now to make this another record-breaking year," was the comment of a regular contributor and source from Nairobi, Kenya, when discussing the latest arrival data for th
(eTN) - As a decades’ long acquaintance, from way back in the 1970s, of Capt.
(eTN) - The annual summer holiday of local schools is underway in Kenya, but unlike in other years marked by the onset of the Holy Month of Ramadan earlier this week.
(eTN) - Tourism stakeholders will wake up to a shock today when they read headlines announcing that their darling sector has been dislodged from the top of the foreign exchange earners list by the tea
(eTN) - The Kenya Minister of Tourism, the Hon.
(eTN) - Only days after a failure of electricity supply and of all backup systems brought East Africa’s busiest international airport to a complete and utter halt for several hours, leading to fligh
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