Region: Africa : Eastern Africa


Flying is by far the most convenient way to get to Kenya. The capital Nairobi is a major African hub and flights between Kenya and the rest of Africa are many. Most international flights to and from Nairobi are handled by Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. Kenya Airways is the main national carrier, while many domestic operators of varying sizes run scheduled flights within Kenya. Destinations served are predominantly around the coast and the popular national parks - where the highest density of tourist activity takes place.

The Kenya Civil Aviation Authority is a state corporation that is responsible for aviation industry regulation and providing air navigation services.

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