GA Telesis Celebrates Recent Kenya Airways Cargo Delivery

GA Telesis Celebrates Recent Kenya Airways Cargo Delivery
Photo Credit: Kenya Airways.

GA Telesis has this week celebrated the recent delivery of the first of two Kenya Airways Cargo Boeing 737-800 Freighters.

This has encouraged the Nairobi-based carrier to boost it’s freighter presence, especially on new services such as Sharjah-Mogadishu.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

GA Telesis Celebrates Recent Kenya Airways Cargo Delivery…

GA Telesis Celebrates Recent Kenya Airways Cargo Delivery
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One more Boeing 737-800 Freighter for Kenya Airways Cargo is yet to be delivered by GA Telesis, but represents the start of a new relationship formed between the two sides.

David Ellis, Senior Vice President and Head of the Asset Transaction Group had this to say on the recent delivery:

“We are very pleased to expand our relationship with Kenya Airways and add another strong operator in the African continent.”

“This is Kenya’s first of two Boeing 737-800SF aircraft, and we look forward to supporting them as they continue to expand their fleet”.

Adding to this was Dick Murianki, Cargo Director, Kenya Airways PLC:

“Kenya Airways is excited to enter this partnership with GA Telesis.”

“Through this relationship, we have been able to expand our cargo fleet and capacity and have the opportunity to serve our customers even better on the existing routes as well as new cargo destinations from the expanded range.”

Looking ahead, all eyes will be on the second delivery, as well as what the airline chooses to do in terms of route utilisation with that new aircraft.

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