Kenya Airways has introduced the first of three new Boeing 737-300s on services from its Nairobi base, as the airline develops the airport into a hub operation. The aircraft - central to the hub's regional development - are replacing two 737-200s leased from GPA. Kenya has recently begun direct daily services between Nairobi and Amsterdam, Netherlands, linking into the network of Dutch partner KLM, which took a 26%stake in the Kenyan airline in its run-up to privatisation.

Source: Flight International