Irene Koki Pilots Her Way to Aviation History

Captain Irene Koki Mutungi, a Kenyan lady pilot, today made history by becoming Africa’s first black female Boeing 787 Dreamliner certified Captain as she delivered KQs 4th aircraft.

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Siena the Lioness is Wounded – Yet Again

Siena, the famous Mara lioness severely gored by a buffalo, is wounded again! A Governor’s Camp guide spotted her last Saturday.

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More KQ Flights Move to Terminal 1A

Kenya Airways has, effective August 21, 2014, migrated 11 additional flights to the new Terminal 1A at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA).

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Isiolo Could Become Kenya’s Las Vegas

Isiolo town is about to get a facelift if the planned government vision 2030 initiative to transform it into a resort city like Las Vegas goes through.

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Kenya Registers Record Tourism Revenues

Kenya sets an ambitious goal to earn a record-breaking KES 100 billion in revenue from tourism this year, surpassing 2007’s KES 65.4 billion.

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Kenya Airways Faces Second Staff Strike

Kenya Airways is facing another eminent strike yet again planned to start on Wednesday next week over a pay dispute over fresh demands by staff.

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Tsavo Opens its Doors to Investors

Tsavo Conservation Area is seeking investment to develop boutique, high-quality accommodations in underutilized wilderness areas.

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Paleontologists Find Oldest Chimpanzee Fossil in Baringo

Paleontologists have discovered the first known chimpanzee fossil while digging near Lake Baringo, in Kenya’s expansive Rift Valley. The find will provide the first physical evidence that chimpanzees coexisted with early human ancestors known as hominins.

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