Jambojet, regional carrier in Kenya and a subsidiary of Kenya Airways is set to receive two used regional aircraft to enhance its capacity while cutting down on expenses. The budget carrier will lease two de Havilland Canada DHC 8-400s. The first is expected to arrive this month, followed by the possible delivery of the second in the first quarter of 2024. Jambojet used to acquire new aircraft, but the carrier has turned to used jets due to the depreciating operating environment. While speaking to Reuters, Karanja Ndegwa, chief executive, Jambojet said: “We used to get the new ones just also as we

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