Kenya Airways has taken ownership of a second next generation Boeing 737-800 aircraft in efforts to boost its fleet modernization plans. This adds to Kenya Airways’ 37 aircraft fleet that includes B787 Dreamliners, B777-300ERs and Embraer E190 jets.
The B737-800 is the first of Kenya Airways’ such aircraft with Boeing Sky Interior. The Boeing 737-800 aircraft is the best-selling version of the successful Next-Generation 737 family. It is known for its reliability, fuel efficiency and economic performance.
In October 2014, the airline’s received its first next generation B737-800 and sixth B787 Dreamliner at Kenya Airways’ hub at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi.
Kenya Airways expects three more B787 Dreamliner aircraft in 2015.