Kenya Airways is the flag carrier of Kenya. It began in 1977 after East African Airways stopped flying. Its main hub is at JKIA. In 1995, KLM and Kenya Airways signed a codeshare agreement. KLM purchased 26% of Kenya airline's shares. Kenya Airways joined the SkyTeam alliance in 2010 as a full member. As of 2015, the airline has 43 airplanes. They fly to Africa, Europe and Asia.
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A Kenya Airways Boeing 707 in 1977.
Kenya Airways airplanes at its main hub.
Kenya Airways Boeing 767-300 (5Y-KQY) waiting for take off at London (Heathrow) Airport in August 2004
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