Kenya Airways has reported an improvement in pretax losses from last year to 16.03 billion shillings ($139.63 million), boosted by growth in revenue and cost savings. Revenue increased by a third to 70.22 billion shillings, with total costs down by 3.6%, aided by lease renegotiations.

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