The National carrier Kenya Airways – a key partner of the Kenya Tourism Board for their premier annual event and beyond – has sold their two Boeing B737-700 models through Air Partners. It had only two of this aircraft type
Air Partner is a global aviation services group, which is head quartered alongside Gatwick airport in UK.
The Kenya Airways has 8 Boeing 737-800’s, 15 Embraer E190’s and 9 Boeing B787 Dreamliners of which two are on a lease to Oman Air for another 1 1/2 years.
It has been suggested that two aircraft sold be leased back by Kenya Airlines to continue uninterrupted service. Kenya Airways also operates two converted Boeing B737-300’s as freighters which were phased out from the passenger fleet in 2013.