China's is increasing investments in east African businesses and infrastructure, so it only makes sense that The Kenyan state carrier eyes seven new destinations in China alone over the next few years.
Kenya Airways (KQ) has detailed plans for a major expansion of its operations, which callsfor launching services to North and South America, plus Australia, by 2017.
Despite this expansion into new continents, the carrier said the main thrust of its efforts will be to broaden its route map to Asia.
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