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Old September 1st, 2011, 03:12 PM   #61
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KQ Seeks Asia - West Africa Cargo Business
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National carrier Kenya Airways will kick off its dedicated cargo freighter business with a focus on West Africa and Asia routes. Company officials yesterday said they expect the first craft, a Boeing 747 freighter to touch down at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport mid-next month.

The aircraft will be on wet-lease meaning KQ will be leasing it from another airline and will not brand it with its colours. Two other freighters will be arriving by the end of the year on dry leases.

KQ will bank on growing trade between Asia and Africa as well as trade amongst African countries to support its cargo business. "It will definitely link Asia with West Africa," said Sauda Rajab, the KQ general manager, Cargo. "It will also link Nairobi and West Africa most likely Nigeria."

From Asia, the cargo will mostly include electronic equipment such as appliances, mobile phones and computers, mail and some textiles. The final routes have not been confirmed because of the difficulty of scheduling. While a cargo plane flying out of Asia may come filled with products, it is not guaranteed that its return leg will have business. "That is why the routing is quite difficult," Rajab said. "It's (the route) is not point-to-point. It will actually be a circular route."

The service will also support the export of meat products from the Kenya Meat Commission and Farmer's Choice to the Middle East and West Africa.

When it reported its quarterly performance for the months between April and June 2011, the airline said cargo volumes jumped 16 per cent over the same period last year.
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KQs Embraer jet order likely to cost $428m
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Kenya Airways has ordered 10 E-190 jets from Embraer, making it among the Brazilian aircraft manufacturers top 10 customers in the world and the biggest in Africa.

While the deal will help Embraer expand deeper into Africa, it brings with it major opportunities and challenges for KQ, which has similar ambitions.

This deal is expected to transform the capital structure of KQ from that of a middling African carrier, to a more complex one of a carrier that is now hungry for cash to finance its expansion. Already, the carrier is asking existing shareholders with the government of Kenya and KLM the biggest of them to increase common equity by $247 million. The Treasury has already budgeted nearly $60 million for this.

While such a rights issue may look ambitious going by recent efforts by KCB, this cash alone will not be sufficient to pay for KQs expansion over the next five years. For one, as Ghislain Boan, Embraer press officer for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, told The EastAfrican, a new Embraer E190 is selling at a pre-discount price of $42.8 million. So in KQs case, which is buying its E190s in cash, the 10 planes will cost $428 million.

It is clear why KQ has taken the cash route, going by the debt covenants it maintains with the banks and other lenders. At its current level of capitalisation, the airline has a gearing ratio of 79 per cent, meaning that every shilling of shareholders net equity supports 7.9 shillings in debt. Simply put, creditors have little headroom with KQ if the airline started racking up huge losses without government support, it would face difficulties staying afloat and repaying its debts.

However, if KQ were to dip into its treasure chest of profits reserve currently valued at $200 million which could be paid out as bonus shares and proceed to raise the $250 million it plans to raise through a rights issue, it will significantly expand its capacity to borrow aggressively to pay for expansion. Then there would be the question of generating robust free cashflows to repay the loans and still pay out a regular dividend.

Expansion means KQ has to increase its fleet and the airline indeed plans to double its fleet of 31 aircraft in five years time to protect its lucrative African market.

Africa accounts for nearly half of KQs $1.1 billion turnover, a figure that is likely to increase with more African routes being launched during the current financial year ending March 2012.

With KQ last week finalising the contract for acquisition of the 10 Embraer jets each with a capacity of 96 passengers by 2013, the airline aims to reduce the average age of its fleet from 8.3 years to around 6.2 years. This will help reduce operational costs.

The Embraer 190 has a range of about 4,500km, which means the farthest KQ can fly the plane is between Nairobi and Equitorial Guniea to the west in a non-stop flight and between Nairobi and South Africa to the south.

KQ has the option of buying an additional 16 planes from the Brazilian manufacturer.

Short and medium haul routes

Acquiring the narrow-bodied Embraer means KQ is eyeing short and medium haul routes as well as increased frequencies on the African continent, where there is great potential for growth.

Foreign interest in Africas resources and manufacturing potential is prompting new developments in many industries. This in turn should promote new airline links as regional economies improve, say Embraer in their outlook on the aviation market for 2011 to 2030.

But the fleet expansion means KQ has to raise cash to expand its fleet, recruit pilots and strengthen top management to drive the 10 year expansion plan.

KQ has hit the ceiling on its borrowing. For every $1 it has raised from its shareholders and retained from its earnings, it has borrowed $1.25 from banks such as Barclays and ABN Amro to acquire aircraft and spare engines. At todays exchange rates, KQ owes $282 million to the banks and 75 per cent of this debt is due in the next two to five years, which signals a major short-term liquidity burden.

They will most probably look at a rights issue because they cannot increase their borrowing, said an analyst who asked not to be named. If you look at the shareholding, KQ would already have nearly 50 per cent of the offer taken up since the government has committed to buying into the offer.

The government has signalled it is preparing for a rights issue by setting aside $60 million in its budgetary allocation for the financial year ending June 30, 2012.

Dutch airline KLM holds 26 per cent of KQs shareholding and will most likely take up its shares if it is through a rights issue.

There are more airlines also looking at Africa for growth opportunities. Some, such as RwandAir, are also looking to expand their fleet.

But according to KQ managing director Titus Naikuni, many African carriers remain too small to compete against larger players, so the best way forward is to merge. The challenge is getting African governments to open up to the possibility of mergers of national carriers.

The problem is not the airlines, it is with governments who are not willing to enter into mergers, said Mr Naikuni in an interview with The EastAfrican.

Already, there is talk of a possible collaboration between Ethiopian Airlines, Egypt Air and South African Airways to form a regional airline to serve the Central African route. This will bring more competition for KQ.

There is also the challenge of political unrest such as has been witnessed in North Africa for the better part of 2011. This means carriers such as KQ cannot fly into and out of countries undergoing conflict.

The other problem that KQ faces is the delivery of the planes. According to the Embraer 2010 annual report, the airline manufacturer has a backlog of about 157 planes for the E-190 jets. This is why KQ is looking at other manufacturers as well.

I am sure Embraer will not like the fact that we do not propose to put all our eggs in one basket, said Mr Naikuni.

KQ has planes to acquire nine more Boeing aircraft, which will mostly go towards replacing its ageing fleet.

We note that KQs current ageing fleet, cumulatively, has an inefficient jet fuel burn-off rate that continues to keep the airlines fuel costs high, said Kestrel Capital analysts in a research note following the airlines release of its full year results at the beginning of June.

The analysts estimate KQ fuel costs rose to Ksh1.93 per available seat kilometre during the full year ended March 2011 compared with Ksh1.55 per available seat kilometre for the corresponding period in 2010
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Kenya Airways to double fleet size in five years
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Kenya Airways plans to double its fleet in the next five years as part of a 10-year plan aimed at extending its network to every African nation, its chief executive said on Tuesday.

The airline, 26 percent owned by Air France-KLM, aims to connect all African travelers to the rest of the world through its Nairobi hub.

"Our strategy has been to grow in Africa, try and get in all capital cities in Africa and also increase frequencies... We are looking at doubling our fleet in the next five years," Titus Naikuni told a news conference.

Kenya Airways, which is one of the largest carriers in Africa, along with Ethiopian Airlines and South African Airways, operates a fleet of around 27 planes, made up of Boeing aircraft and seven Embraer jets.

Naikuni spoke after signing a confirmation deal with Brazil's Embraer for 10 E-190 jets, due for delivery between July next year and 2013.

The deal was first announced during the Paris Airshow this year, when Kenya Airways offered a letter of intent.

The Brazilian plane maker has seen steady growth in orders from African carriers, which demand a smaller optimum capacity of 70-120 passengers per plane.

The value of the deal between Kenya Airways and Embraer, which has sold 149 planes to 47 operators in 19 African countries thus far, was not disclosed.

Kenya Airways signed a deal for the purchase of nine 787-8 Dreamliner planes with Boeing in April this year to replace its ageing fleet and expand routes and flight frequencies.

It is in the process of seeking regulatory approval to raise capital to fund the acquisition of the new planes.

Kenya Airways, "The Pride of Africa," has positioned itself as a key driver in the development of transport links across Africa. The airline seeks to be the carrier of choice on the continent, connecting various African cities and linking Africa to the world through the airlines hub in Nairobi. Kenya Airways is set to commence flights to its 54th global destination, Ndjamena, Chad, later this month.
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Treasury slashes allocation for KQ rights issue
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Treasury has cut by more than half the cash allocated to buy Kenya Airways shares in the forthcoming rights issue, but insisted that it will defend its full stake in the national carrier.


Finance minister Uhuru Kenyatta had set aside Sh5.5 billion in the June budget for participation in the rights issue, as the government said it was keen on avoiding dilution of its 23 per cent stake in Kenya Airways.

MPs however slashed to Sh2.5 billion the funds set aside for participation in the share sale, according to the amended expenditure estimates tabled in Parliament.

Sources at the Treasury said the government had re-allocated some of the cash to the famine relief kitty, opting to pay for the KQ rights issue in two tranches.

We will still defend our stake but the payment will be in parts as there was a feeling that the process would be at the end of this year, said a senior Treasury official on condition of anonymity. The payment could be spread with the balance provided for in the next financial year or the supplementary budget.

In the two-tranche settlement plan the company would book the issue as fully exercised but hold the amount as credit to the government to be settled with the second payment, the Treasury official explained.

If the plan is not acceptable with the company, we will organise a syndicate to pay the amount, he added.

A syndication arrangement would involve the government inviting other stakeholders, mainly state corporations, to help bridge the financing gap ensuring that its shareholding is not diluted.

A failure by the government to defend its full stake would see its shareholding diluted, effectively putting to question the national carrier tag and flag-bearing role enjoyed by KQ.

Treasury is said to have made the decision based on the fact that the capital raising process had not taken off and would take place at the end of the year or early next year giving it time to meet other pressing needs for cash.

Prolonged drought in North Eastern had forced Treasury to re-prioritise its expenditure, building up a Sh10 billion fund to support relief efforts.

Kenya Airways is expected to come to the market seeking extra capital to finance its expansion plans, especially purchase of planes to enable it venture into in new routes.

KQ said it had not received any communication from treasury on the matter.

Early this year, Kestrel Capital, reported that KQ would be raising $250 million (Sh22 billion) through a rights issue. The company has been silent on the issue but the governments actions are a firm indicator of the companys intentions given that the government sits on the KQ board.

Analysts have also pointed out that the current macroeconomics indicators also favour use of a rights issue rather than debt to raise funds.

It would also be very expensive right now for them to seek debt by issuing a bond given the current interest rates, said Fred Mweni of Tsavo Securities.

The Sh5.5 billion initially set aside would have helped the government defend its full stake.

The government holds 23 per cent of the companys 461,615,483 shares, being the second largest shareholder after KLM which has 26 per cent shareholding.

KQ has a capital base of Sh23.1 billion. It reported a net profit of Sh3.5 billion as at end of year 2010/2011.
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KQ to give details of planned rights issue Thursday
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Kenya Airways is expected to announce details of an anticipated rights issue Thursday, paving way for launch of the stock markets largest ever secondary capital call.

The national carrier has invited investors, stockbrokers and analysts to a briefing on Thursday, where it is expected to announce timelines of the rights issue targeting to raise an estimated Sh22 billion.

The airline issued a statement Tuesday saying it will be seeking shareholders approval on October 14 to increase share capital of the company.

Top Kenya Airways (KQ) shareholders-Treasury and European carrier KLM have already confirmed their planned participation in the issue, which ideally means about 49 per cent will be taken up. The two jointly control 49 per cent of KQ.

Mr Gregory Waweru, a research analyst at Kestrel Capital said KQs senior management was likely to reveal the timing of the proposed issue in the Thursday meeting.
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KQ lands another Embraer E190 jet
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National carrier Kenya Airways has taken delivery of a new Embraer E190 jet which is part of 10 planes to be delivered under a deal with leasing company Jetscape.

The 96-seater aircraft touched down at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport on Sunday night from Brazil and is expected into service within the next two weeks.


“With our route network expansion firmly on course, the addition of a new aircraft into the fleet is quite timely,” said the Group Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Titus Naikuni.

The plane was part of five E190 and five E170 jets that were to be delivered in a deal signed between the carrier and Jetscape, the Embraer leasing company in July last year.

Already, the five E170s have been delivered, while two more E190s are to arrive in November this year and early next year respectively.

“The third Embraer E190 arrival is in fulfilment of an order that the airline placed last year. The first jet was delivered in December 2010 with the second jet joining KQ fleet in June this year. Two more E190 jets are yet to be delivered,” the CEO explained.
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KQ to start flights to Jeddah next month
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National carrier Kenya Airways will introduce flights to the Middle Eastern city of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, starting October 18 this year.

This will be the airlines 56th global destination and the third in the Middle East.

Kenya Airways will operate the route twice a week every Tuesday and Saturday on a Boeing 737-800.

The service highlights Kenya Airways plans to expand its network in Africa and the world. The flights will give Kenyans and other regional and international travellers direct access from Nairobi to the oil-rich nation.
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Kenya Airways to spend Sh270bn on expansion plan
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Kenya Airways (KQ) expects to spend more than Sh270 billion ($3 billion) in the next five years to finance its expansion plans, the company told investment analysts last week.

The national carrier plans to raise the money through a rights issue, retained earnings and debt. The company intends to double its fleet, currently at 31 planes, by 2015 and diversify into cargo business.

Kenya Airways held the investor briefing as part of preparations for the planned rights issue, which is, however yet, to get the Capital Markets Authority approval.

Mr Eric Musau, an analyst with Standard Investment Bank who attended the briefing, said the airline indicated that it will spend up to $5 billion (Sh450 billion) in the next 10 years.

The heavy capital expenditure could see KQs dividend pay reduce or remain constant.

They have been quite conservative in their dividend payout and I would expect the same to continue, dependant on revenue growth, so as to meet the expansion plans in a balance that will not over-commit them nor dilute the shareholders value, said Mr Musau. Last year, the company paid out a dividend of Sh693 million equivalent to Sh1.50 for every share, out of net earnings of Sh3.5 billion.

The company intends to use operational revenues to finance half of its plans as it balances between expansion and protecting the shareholders worth by avoiding share dilution.

KQ has already confirmed that it intends to carry out a rights issue but is yet to disclose details of the offer as it awaits approval from the regulator. A report earlier this year by Kestrel Capital had stated that the company intended to raise Sh22 billion.

The company is expected to build up its balance sheet by retaining more of its earnings, a strategy that would also strengthen its borrowing capacity.

KQ had Sh20 billion held as retained earnings last year.
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KQ and Eritrea Airlines set for turf war over the Nairobi-Asmara route
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Kenya Airways and Eritrean Airlines are set for a major turf war as both national carriers finalise plans to launch new routes between Asmara and Nairobi.

Asmara-based Eritrean Airlines is expected to resume flights to the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport by November, ending a six-year absence since it stopped flying to Kenya.

The airlines commercial manager, Mr Berhane Mehari, told the Business Daily that it would target both passenger and cargo business in Nairobi, which would serve as a link to current and future destinations in Southern Africa, Europe and Middle East.

Kenya Airways is also plans to start flights to Asmara next year after it shelved a similar move in 2006 on trade restrictions by the Eritrean government, including a compulsory use of the local currency.

We shall use three aeroplanes to launch the flights to Kenya, Mr Mehari said. We are targeting cargo, leisure, and business travellers from Europe to Africa.

The two carriers are set for stiff competition, especially in the Kenyan market, which is attracting airlines seeking growth opportunities on the rising profile of the country as a major transport hub.

Asmara is one of the destinations we will be flying to in 2012, said Kenya Airway communications manager, Chris Karanja.
Relations between the two countries have improved and we dont foresee a major regulatory barrier.

Currently, three airlines ply the Nairobi-Asmara route, namely Egypt Air, Lufthansa Airlines and Sudan Air.

Eritrean Airlines is seeking a station manager to look after its business in Nairobi where its cargo and passenger operations will be represented by a general sales agent.

The airlines fleet consists of an Airbus A320-200, a Boeing 767-200ER, with plans to acquire another Airbus plane next month.
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National carrier Kenya Airways will kick off its dedicated cargo freighter business with a focus on West Africa and Asia routes. Company officials yesterday said they expect the first craft, a Boeing 747 freighter to touch down at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport mid-next month.

The aircraft will be on wet-lease meaning KQ will be leasing it from another airline and will not brand it with its colours. Two other freighters will be arriving by the end of the year on dry leases.
That (wet lease/ or not) has been a subject of much speculation since the beginning of the summer. Well, from my own un/reliable sources, the 747-400F is a 5 year lease which negates the wet lease idea. Wet leases are generally month to month rental with a max term of 5 months. KQ is looking to establish a long term cargo division with the eventual help from the current SKYCARGO 9 member team which it's not currently a member. (Skyteam & Skycargo are two separate entities) KLM which has routinely been a wet lessor of KQ in the passenger department is keeping it's 747 freighters. The other KLM 747 freighters are leased to Martinair who are still under contract for the forseeable future. Air France is keeping all their 747 freighters too. That means that KQ is getting their 747 freighter on a long term. When that plane touches down in Kenya later this month, it will be in the KQ livery.

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Just to add, KQ has also been looking at two 737F's to join the dedicated cargo fleet later this year. They will most likely be former TNT Worldwide planes coming off leases. This has all been a response to counter the growing cargo business of Africa's biggest cargo hauler,-Ethiopian, who incidentally have just placed an order for four 777F's worth about $1.1 billion. Kenya has always relied on its horticultural business through european carriers, but they have decided to profit on the transportation of it too. Trust me, KQ is not about to let that investment stay in foreign carriers.
But then again, it's all speculation and we'll begin to understand it more in a couple of weeks.
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