What We Believe In

Since we first took to the skies in January 1977, our dedication to our People, Customers, the Environment, and the Society in which we operate in has kept us grounded. 

As we connect the world to Africa and Africa to the world, our goal remains to drive impact and provide value in these four areas. 

Customer Experience

We value every single customer who chooses us whether for business, leisure, healthcare, education, or any other reason. Our promise is to deliver the best level of service and a delightful experience with a warm African touch that is based on years of customer feedback and research.

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Safety First

Safety First, Safety Always

Safety is one of our core values and our license to operate. It is ingrained in our operations and practices on the ground and in the air. All employees are committed to upholding our ethos of safety first and safety always.

Our commitment is to maintain the highest safety standards, foster a Safety Culture throughout our business, and engage in ongoing learning and improvement that ensures a secure environment for all employees and guests.

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Red for GREEN: Sustainability

At Kenya Airways, we believe that our planet, people and profits can co-exist. For this reason, we have evolved our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy to a multi-faceted Environmental, Social and Governance strategy and signed up as a member of the UN Global Compact as the only African Airline and the Africa Shared Values Initiative.

As a member of the Sky Team Alliance, we embrace shared value thinking and have identified priority SDGs essential to sustainable business operations. We urge you to collaborate with us as we fly green.

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Sustainability
Growth for our People

Growth for our People

We take great pride in our employees. Their professionalism, expertise and warm personalities ensure we deliver our services with a caring African touch to the utmost standards.

Our dedicated and talented staff are not only ambassadors of our airline in every facet of their work but are an integral part of our journey as the Pride of Africa. 

If you're interested in joining our journey, please visit our recruitment portal below to explore available job opportunities.

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Partnerships for Growth

"I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot; together we can do great things." - Mother Teresa.

At Kenya Airways, we strongly believe in the power of coming together with like-minded partners to bring mutually beneficial synergies in helping us scale and grow in areas we cannot alone.

Partnerships, therefore, continue to be key for us. Kenya Airways has been a member of the Sky Team Alliance since 2007 and is proud to be the only African carrier in the Alliance.

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Partnerships for Growth

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19 Jun 2024

Nairobi, 19th June 2024 - Kenya Airways (KQ) has resumed direct flights between Nairobi and Maputo today, with three flights weekly, on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. The relaunch of direct flights to Maputo from Nairobi will cater to travellers originating from Kenya and serves as a convenient connection point for passengers from other African cities via Nairobi.  

Kenya Airways Holds its 48th Annual General Meeting Virtually

14 Jun 2024

Nairobi, 14th June 2024  - Kenya Airways PLC (KQ) convened its 48th Annual General Meeting (AGM) virtually this morning. The AGM, attended by shareholders, was presided over by Board Chairman Mr. Michael Joseph, who presented a comprehensive review of the audited financial results and business performance for the year ended December 31, 2023. 

Kenya Airways CEO Allan Kilavuka Receives African Aviation Leadership Award

24 May 2024

Nairobi, 24th May 2024 – Kenya Airways Group Managing Director & CEO, Allan Kilavuka, has been honoured with the 2024 African Aviation Leadership Award. 

Customer Update On Disruption of Services

19 May 2024

We would like to inform our customers that we are experiencing some disruptions in our flight schedules, which are leading to abnormally high levels of delays. The main reason for these disruptions is the unscheduled and extended grounding of two of our 787 Dreamliners due to delayed engine and engine components delivery. The flight disruption has also been impacted by the unavailability of our flight crew for some regional flights.