Friday, 11 April 2014

Project Mawingu - Kenya flying high

The African aviation market is one of the most interesting sectors for the growing economies of the continent. In a region with poor surface infrastructures, the development of efficient and quality airlines is essential to support expanding businesses at local and international level.

The delivery of the first of seven Boeing 787 Dreamliner marks for Kenya Airways an important turning point and progress for the implementation of Project Mawingu, the 10 year strategic plan which will increase the number of destinations for the carrier by 50% within 2021:

excerpt from  Kenya Airways website

factors contributing to this significant development::

1 -  Regional level: Kenyan flag carrier is the most important airline serving the growing economies of the East African Community  (Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, the United Republic of Tanzania, and the Republic of Uganda) .

2 - International level: As a member of the SkyTeam consortium, Kenya Airways could count on the support of the other 19 partners. In addition is going to establish soon an agreement with Etihad reinforcing its position in the Middle East.

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