There are several airlines in Kenya that most are operating domestically. Kenya’s air transport has been developing quite fast with the increased demand for quick movement within the Kenya’s cities. Business people prefer quicker means of transport to maximize their productivity.
1. Kenya Airways.
It is better known as KQ and it is the national airline that is owned by the government. Apart from international flights, it also offers domestic flights across the country. Its main hub is JKIA and has destinations to Kisumu, Malindi and Mombasa both with reference from Nairobi.
For bookings, you can do so via online website : www.kenya-airways.com or you can call their phone number +254 711024747 for reservations and questions. They also have a WhatsApp number +254705474747.
2. Jambo Jet
It is relatively cheap and is a subsidiary of KQ. From Nairobi you can fly to Kisumu, Malindi, Ukunda Lamu, Eldoret and Mombasa. They also have flights to East African countries of DRC (Goma) and Rwanda Kigali.
Their website is jambojet.com and mobile number is +254711024501 and bookings can be done via email@example.com
3. Renegade Air
They are based at Wilson airport in Nairobi and was started in 2012. It has destinations to Wajir, Kisumu, Mombasa and recently Homa Bay.
4. Air Kenya
Based at Wilson airport and mostly serve tourist destinations such as Diani, Nanyuki, Maasai Mara, Amboseli, Samburu and others.
Their booking site is www.airkenya.com or phone number is +254203916000
5. Fly 540
It has a booking center at JKIA and their main office is located along Ndege Road at Watermark Business Park in Nairobi. They serve Nairobi, Mombas, Malindi, Lamu and other regions within and outside Kenya.
For booking, visit www.fly540.com or call +254733540540.
6. Mombasa Air Safari
It is based at Moi International Airport in Mombasa and also they have an office at Wilson Airport in Nairobi.
7. Safarilink Aviation
8. East African Safari Air
9. Skyward Express.