Kenya Airways Chairman Prepares Exit Ahead of Pilot WalkoutBy
Unprofitable carrier will stop ticket sales if strike happens
Pilots demand that CEO, chairman resign; plan Oct. 18 stoppage
Kenya Airways Chairman Dennis Awori said he plans to leave Africa’s third-largest airline after a pilots union called for a seven-day strike to protest against his employment and the position of Chief Executive Officer Mbuvi Ngunze.
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