Destinations

Kenya Airways offers air transport services to seventy-five destinations in more than fifty countries on three continents, Africa, Europe and Asia.

The Kenyan airline offers direct flights from Jomo Kenyatta and Wilson hubs in Nairobi.

Abidjan: To the Ivorian capital, Kenya Airways flies several times a week. The thousands of passengers traveling on this line each year, to visit the two destinations ranked among the most prestigious in Africa.

Antananarivo: The Kenyan company offers throughout the year rotations to the Malagasy capital, the most colorful and attractive city in Madagascar.

Cape Town: Kenyan travelers who dream of visiting the South African capital can book a flight from Nairobi immediately. The African airline offers several weekly flights to Cape Town International Airport.

Livingstone: Tourism receipts are invaluable for Zambia, particularly for Livingstone, a destination to which Kenya’s national carrier flies throughout the week to meet strong demand, especially during the summer season.

Malindi: Served daily by Kenya Airways, it is one of the most beautiful destinations in the country, in Africa and around the world.

Mauritius: Full places to visit in solo or in family in this island, considered like a little paradise on earth. The national air operator offers weekly connections to Sir-Seewoosagur-Ramgoolam, and increases the frequency of its flights during the summer season.

Zanzibar: In Tanzania, Kenya Airways serves this archipelago of the Indian Ocean located in front of the Tanzanian coastline. It is a nice place to enjoy the beauty of the landscapes.

London: One of the three destinations served by the Kenyan airline in Europe, it is connected directly from Nairobi, four times a week.

Paris: One of the first international routes inaugurated by K.A is that which connects Nairobi to the French capital. Today, the national airline offers a daily flight to CDG airport.

Dubai: This luxury tourist destination is operated by Kenya Airways once weekly from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.

Jeddah: The frequency of flights to the modern city of Saudi Arabia is increasing during the pilgrimage season when Kenya Airways offers daily rotations from its base in Nairobi.

Beijing: The long-haul flight connecting the Kenyan capital to the Chinese destination is proposed a few times a month.

Hong Kong: One of the busiest destinations in Asia, especially for business travelers, Hong Kong is served by Kenya Airways through weekly direct flights.

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