Kenya Airways is one of the businesses that has been experiencing problems that could lead to its demise. The recent pilot strike was a significant factor in the corporation suffering losses as opposed to profits. Kipchumba Murkomen, the cabinet secretary for transport and infrastructure, has disclosed the government's ambitions to restore KQ to its former status as the pride of Africa.
He claims that the government is making investments in airport development and launching new domestic transportation lines in an effort to revitalize the aviation sector. Additionally, they are helping the internationally renowned East Africa School of Aviation in its mission to dominate the industry.
They will assist KQ in finding a suitable investor who will make it a successful business. After presided over the eighth graduation ceremony of the East Africa School of Aviation at Embakasi East, Nairobi, he made this statement. Later, he oversaw the planting of 300 trees with the help of the KCAA Board and Management, EASA personnel, and graduates.
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