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No solution in sight, as KQ and striking pilots harden their positions. Who will blink first?

8th November, 2022

The impasse over Kenya Airways pilots and the company's management escalated further after KQ announced vacancies occasioned by the three-day pilots' strike. But the move appears to have done less to resolve the dispute pitting the two with the Kenya Airline Pilots Association remaining adamant it won't be intimidated to call off the strike. While the KQ management maintains it has met 90% of pilots' demands, the pilots association is accusing the airline of insincerity in the ongoing negotiation process.