Airkenya Express Limited Wilson Airport

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At Airkenya, safety and security are of paramount importance. As one of Africa's leading aviation companies, Airkenya aspires to reach new heights of service delivery and oversees its diverse operations with an eagle eye.


Their twin-engine aircrafts are thoroughly checked by highly trained engineers to ensure their passengers enjoy consistently smooth, safe flights. Their excellent maintenance facilities have been approved by the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority and the Tanzanian Directorate of Civil Aviation in accordance with international safety standards. This together with their dedicated ground team has secured Airkenya an impressive track record for safety.

All aircrafts, passengers and third parties are insured with AON, London.

Flights from their terminal are easy, comfortable and convenient. Airkenya and the Kenya Airports Authority provide all the required security checks, and passengers flying with Airkenya can enjoy a coffee in the private lounge, and peruse the souvenir shop in a friendly, secure atmosphere.

Their extra wings will carry you all over Kenya and East Africa. Regional Air Services, Airkenya's sister company, is based in Arusha, Tanzania, and provides scheduled services to Kilimanjaro, Manyara, Seronera, Grumeti, Sasakwa, Kleins Camp, seasonal flights to Ndutu and Kogatende, and charter fights throughout the country.

To ensure smooth flights, their highly experienced engineers thoroughly check every plane with their excellent maintenance facilities, which have been approved by the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority and the Tanzanian Directorate of Civil Aviation in accordance with international safety standards.

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Location

Airkenya Express Limited Wilson Airport
P.O. Box 30357 - 00100
Nairobi, Kenya
United States

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+254 20 605745, 601727, 606539
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+254 20 602951

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