The pilots' union has called for an indefinite strike in protest of "poor management". The airline says the threatened action has already cost it.
Kenya Airways says rescue plan to cost $690m as seeks to emerge from country's biggest corporate loss
The carrier, based in the capital, Nairobi, has been working on a turnaround plan after posting a loss that shocked the region.
Ethiopian Airlines and RwandAir craft new alliance: what are these African 'developmental states' up to?
It's strategic partnership tells us about the ambitions of the two airlines, but also how continental political alliances are forming.
How Africa's 21st century was made: it's the small things, the kitenge route, and 'our' football (Part II)
Africa’s 21st century has not only been made by powerful, imprecise digital forces, it has also been shaped by more concrete, salt-of-the-earth trades
Turnaround strategy has been crafted by global ‘Mr Fix-It’ consultants McKinsey and will stretch into 2017.
South African Airways picks new CEO—its seventh in three years as African carriers' struggles continue
Thuli Mpshe held the position for just four months after the departure of her predecessor; state-owned carrier continues to absorb taxpayer funds.
It already 'out-flies' the rest, now Ethiopia plans Africa's biggest airport, amidst concerns of funding squeeze
The planned airport would be larger than Heathrow, and aimed to serve as many as 120 million passengers a year when it opens in a decade’s time.
Protective African states locking us out, discount airline Fastjet says as continental expansion plan struggles
‘Governments can’t run airlines, let private enterprise take its course. Competition is good for everybody. It drives out the inefficient': CEO
One of America’s ‘Big Four’, the lender says it has a plan on how to go around the obstacles and ‘win’ in future.
Eager new national African airlines plot challenge to the big boys—it could be a masterstroke, or end in tears
But as recent financial results on the continent show, running a flag carrier, even just for for national pride, is not easy.
State-owned Air Tanzania says does not have enough aircraft to compete in the business, with final plan to become clearer after next month's ballot.
The country is well positioned to take up the jobs that will exist in the future.
Stock of sub-Saharan Africa's third largest carrier starts rebounding as it seeks a way back following record loss.
Did you know in 1980 the country had the world's youngest population? Neither did we.
Oversubscribed eurobonds, big expenditure on infrastructure, beating the global turmoil...it really is the best time to put your money in Kenya.
China Southern starts Kenyan flights as tourism grows; Nairobi reviewing Air France-KLM stake in airline after loss
Number of air travellers between China and Kenya was about 120,000 last year, expected to grow by 15% annually.
Airlines in Africa, and the tale of democracy: Kenya and South African carriers bleed, while Ethiopian flies high
Perhaps there is something unique in the airline business that makes it easier for a "clever" and developmental authoritarian regime to find success.
UPDATE: Blaming rivals and low tourism numbers, Kenya Airways posts record $252m loss - that's nearly $700,000 every day
Nairobi-based carrier says it will seek $200m loan and sell off aircraft to stay afloat, as stock slides on worse-than-expected news.
The airline, which has been surviving off government-guaranteed loans, has posted two consecutive years of losses.