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Kenya Airways: Direct U.S. Flights To Boost Revenue

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The Chief Executive Officer of Kenya Airways, Sebastian Mikosz said on Thursday that the daily direct flights to the United States would boost the airline’s annual revenue by 10 percent from 2019.

The carrier, which is 7.8 percent owned by Air France KLM, has started taking bookings for flights to New York that will carry 234 passengers each way on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner plane.

The first flight to the United States will take off in October.

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