Kenya Airways B737-700 now flies in Sky Team livery


Kenya Airways has completed painting one of their B737-700 aircraft in Sky Team livery and the aircraft has resumed flying and carrying out ambassadorial duties across the KQ network.
The Pride of Africa is the only Sky Team member the alliance has in Africa and therefore of crucial importance to carry traffic into the continent via their hub in Nairobi, where key alliance member KLM / Air France is operating code shared flights with KQ on a double daily basis from Amsterdam.
Through the alliances flights passengers can stay within to 926 destinations in 173 countries around the globe, earn miles and enjoy the comfort of nearly 500 lounges in key airports. Said Dr. Titus Naikuni, CEO and Group Managing Director of Kenya Airways, when the aircraft was launched in Nairobi earlier in the week: Our partnership with SkyTeam will enable us to consolidate our presence in the African and global markets in line with our 10-year Growth Plan. SkyTeam is a compelling proposition that enables partner airlines to offer customers additional connections across the globe.
Kenya Airways is the East African Communitys leading airline, connecting East Africans via their Nairobi hub to the rest of Africa and beyond. The airline is in the final stages of a major new share issue and is set to double their fleet by 2015. Visit for more details.

(Fresh out of the paint shop of Kenya Airways own MRO at their Embakasi base in Nairobi)

One Response

  1. As the was painted in Amsterdam, The Netherlands into her Skyteam colours, a small adjustment to the airplane type; she is actually a 737-700 instead of a -800.

    Next to that she looks really nice and congratulations to Kenya Airways.

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