Find the cheapest flight to Kenya

Kenya is one of the most visited countries in Africa, and has been for some time. There are two major international airports in the country, in the capital of Nairobi and the coastal city of Mombasa.

Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (airport code NBO) in Nairobi has gone by the names Embakasi Airport and Nairobi International Airport in the past as well. It is the busiest airport in Kenya as well as East and Central Africa. It is located about 15 km from the center of Nairobi and is the main hub of both Kenya Airways and Five Forty Aviation. Jomo Kenyatta is also often used as a stopover point for major airlines like British Airways and Emirates en route from Europe or the Middle East and other points in Africa. For a complete list of airlines serving Nairobi, see the list of international airlines here and domestic airlines here. You can track incoming and outgoing flights by several methods listed here.

Moi International Airport (airport code MBA) in Mombasa is the second busiest airport in Kenya after Jomo Kenyatta. Moi was originally known as Port Reitz Airport, and is owned and operated by the same organization which owns and runs the Nairobi airport. The airport is located about 10 km from the city center of Mombasa, and although it is growing rapidly in terms of passenger traffic, it is still far less busy than the Nairobi airport. You will find a list of international airlines serving Moi International Airport here and a list of the domestic airlines here. You can track both arrivals and departures by the methods listed here. There is a brief description of passenger services here.

Be sure to check on these airfare deals to Kenya, and then read about what to do and where to stay once you get there.

More Information on Kenya

Kenya might be a well-known and much-visited country in Africa, but it is still considered a developing country, so do not expect travel to be as simple in Kenya as it is, for instance, in England. Still, depending on where you go in Kenya, you will find large groups of tourists. But you can get away from the beaten track and find plenty of elbow room. Most visitors to Kenya are in the country for a safari, but there are other ways to experience adventure in Kenya.