Majority of visitors to Kenya arrive in the country by air. There are two major international airports in Kenya. One is the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) in Nairobi (capital city), and the other is Moi International Airport (MIA) in Mombasa, Kenya’s second largest city bordering the Indian Ocean and located 500 km from Nairobi. The airports are located about a 30 minutes drive from the central business district of the respective cities.
Many airlines fly the Kenya route including Kenya Airways, British Airways, KLM, Emirates, Qatar Airways, Swiss Air, Korean Air, Etihad Airways, Turkish Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, Egypt Air and South African Airways among others.
After 18 years absence, Lufthansa, Europe's largest airline will from 26th October 2015 resume four flights a week from Frankfurt to Nairobi. Apart from Lufthansa, German holiday airline Condor is expected to introduce a flight from Munich to Mombasa next year. Currently, Condor has three flights a week from Frankfurt to Mombasa.
Please consult your travel agent or get in touch with us for assistance on how to get to Kenya.
Within Kenya, one may fly to various destinations including national parks and game reserves by local airlines and chartered flights.
By the way, can you identify Mt. Kilimanjaro below the wing of the Kenya Airways plane?