Kenya Airways will be employing 100 people who have gone through their Pride Center training curriculum.
The KQ management has said that the Pride Stars will be selected on the basis of the top performers at the training facility and will join the complement of KQ flight crew.
The management, has, however, assured their esteemed customers that the airline is committed to providing them with better services.
In other Kenya Airways news,
Kenya Airways has announced its 2016 winter schedule that will increase its flight frequency with the aim of strengthening their network in Africa.
The Cape Town route via Livingston will see flight frequency increase from the current three to four per week and eventually to six times per week around Christmas to meet demand.
In line with its Winning in Africa strategy, the airline will also increase its frequencies in East Africa with a new midday flight to Kigali and Bujumbura making it 25 flights per week.
In addition, Kenya Airways will add night flights to Comoros and Madagascar in a bid to offer reliable connectivity to these Indian Ocean destinations. This brings the frequencies to 7 and 10 times during peak for Comoros and 14 flights per week for Madagascar. Entebbe and Dar es Salaam both remain to be served with 5 daily flights each, providing the best travel options in the region.