NAIROBI, March 23 (Reuters) - Kenya Airways said on Tuesday its pretax loss for last year tripled to 36.57 billion shillings ($333.2 million) as the coronavirus crisis hit demand for travel.
The carrier, which is part-owned by Air France KLM AIRF.PA, said its revenue plunged by more than half during the period, as lockdown measures reduced passenger levels.
"2020 was of course one of the worst years for aviation," Michael Joseph, its chairman, told an online investor briefing.
Cargo volumes also went down during the period, as the carrier grounded some flights, leading to reduced belly space.
The airline's basic loss per share jumped to 6.22 shillings in 2020 from 2.23 shillings in the prior year, it said
The carrier, which is part-owned by Air France KLM AIRF.PA.....1 van de vele verliesgevende
(al jaren...) belangen waar je nog maar weinig over hoort en O, wat waren die strategische belangen
interessant om veel geld in te steken net zoals Virgin Atlantic.
Aan visie ontbrak het nooit.
Het kost nog heel wat vaccinatiejaren om daar verbetering in te brengen.