Inside Kenya Airways-KAA 'partnership' deal

The Public Investments Committee has warned of massive losses in the proposal for Kenya Airways to take over JKIA for the next 30 years.

The airline seeks to run the facility in a concession agreement with the Kenya Airports Authority, eliciting a debate on its capacity to handle the operations.

Whereas critics have argued that the authority would lose control of the country’s largest airport in the event the proposal sails through, others believe it is the only way to salvage the collapsing KQ.

The government has defended the plan saying it is the only way to save Kenya’s flower exports and tourism inflows – largely carried by KQ.

Read more at The Star (Moses Odhiambo)

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