Michael Joseph seeks another term as Kenya Airways chairman
SEE ALSO :Collymore answers final call at 61“Mr Joseph, aged over 70 years, retires in accordance with Article 69 of the company’s Articles of Association, and being eligible, offers himself for re-election,” said the airline in the notice. US flights Other than the substantial reduction in losses, Joseph together with management and other airline industry agencies, have overseen the commencement of direct flights to the US, a route that KQ had sought for more than a decade. At the same time, the Royal Dutch Airlines KLM Thursday marked 50 years since it started flights to Kenya. The carrier has a stake in KQ having bought into the airline in 1996 in the initial privatisation plan. “Since KLM started flying into Kenya 50 years ago, we have become a major player in the regional aviation market,” said Arthur Dieffenthaler, Air France KLM General Manager for East Africa.
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