KQ eyes increase in cargo to 20% of total business

September 18, 2020 Alex Lennane

A good article in Business Daily, outlining Kenya Airways’ plans to boost its cargo operations. Given the current market, it won’t be the only passenger airline looking to do the same. But it does make you recall the endless cycles of capacity in past years in cargo. One carrier would suddenly find a rich seam of business, only to be swiftly followed by a load more chasing the same tonnage, ...

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