Kenya Airways Expands its All-Boeing Fleet with 777s
The Boeing Co., Seattle, Wash., confirmed an order from Kenya Airways for three 777-200 ER (extended range) airplanes. Kenya Airways began its fleet modernization program in May 2001 with the delivery of its first Boeing 767-300 ER. The carrier also took delivery of two more in June and July. In September 2001, the carrier operated the 737-700 with blended winglets. Two more 737s with winglets are scheduled to deliver through 2003. Kenya will retire its last A310 in April 2002, making the airline an all-Boeing customer.