Kenya Airways is planning to retire its Embraer and Bombardier and incorporate a cost-cutting measure known as mono fleeting. With this step the airline aims to optimise its sleet and network plan. The decision was taken during the 47th Annual General Meeting. It was also decided to shift the airline focus to becoming an all-Boeing airline. With mono-fleeting, Kenya Airways plans to receive huge discounts from Boeing for bulk orders. “What mono fleeting does is to simplify our fleet and bring more commonality to the type of aircraft that we fly. It helps particularly with our training and planning and

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