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The company was founded in 1977 with the head office being situated in Embakasi, Nairobi. With its rapid developments, Kenya Airways became the flag carrier of Kenya and was led into privatization in 1996. The airline is extensively considered as one of the prominent Sub-Saharan operators and it was ranked as the fourth that operates in Africa by the capacity of seats.
Kenya Airways Fleet and Technology
As of August 2014, the airline fleet consists of 49 aircrafts in total including Boeing 737-300 series and Embraer series. The order for Embraer was placed in 2010 and Boeings got converted and delivered in April 2013. The airline possesses nine Boeing 787 Dreamliners as of April 2011.
Reach of Kenya Airways
On February 4, 1977 it first flew covering the London-Nairobi route. A year later, the network consisted of 16 international and 5 domestic destinations. As of 2014, the carrier serves 57 African cities, five Asian cities, three in Europe and one in Middle East.
Cabin Services, In-flight Amenities
The in-flight service entertainment of Kenya Airways provides passengers with a selection of the choicest movies and music. The overall entertainment system depends according to the aircraft one is flying in. Some aircrafts have more entertainment options than others.
Premier World is the name for the Kenya Airways' business class which is available in both long and short haul. On short-haul Boeing Aircraft, passengers get to enjoy a 40 inch pitch.
Aircrafts plying on short-haul journeys have a 16-seater cabin with a friendly crew and mouth-watering cuisine. The seats may not have a personal TV screens.
If you're flying on the 767, this aircraft has a cabin of 20 business class seats with your personal TV that plays 11 films. There is no access to the AVOD.
The 777 is equipped with 28 seats along with personal TV and AVOD. Seats on both these aircrafts have power sockets to charge your gadgets. Plunge into utter comfort with seats that can be inclined as flat-beds. Catering includes a choice of two main courses with some of the most luscious treats.
On long-haul flights enjoy the 32-inches economy seat pitch on Kenya Airways'. On the 767, passengers get personal TVs showing 11 films, although the system may not be AVOD.
The recent Boeing 777 has an NVOD system in economy, which has the same programme on a number of channels giving a staggered start time, rather than having it run on one loop. There are also 12 music channels.