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6 flights a day from Nairobi.

The capital of Kenya, Nairobi is known as the ‘Green City in the Sun’.  It is one of the most important cities in Africa, both politically and economically.  There are over 100 major international companies based in Nairobi and it is home to the UN headquarters for Africa & Middle East.

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5 flights from Nairobi to Mombasa daily.

The second largest city in Kenya, and possibly the oldest, Mombasa is located on the coast and home to one of Africa’s most important international ports, Kilindini Harbour.

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We fly twice daily from Nairobi to Kisumu

Located in Western Kenya, on the shores of Lake Victoria, Kisumu is the third largest city in Kenya.  This port city is one of Kenya’s key trade links with Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Kisumu is also famous for its highly fertile land and economically thrives from the produce of sugar and rice.

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Located in Western Kenya, nestled within the Rift Valley, Eldoret is the fastest growing town in Kenya and the 5th largest. 

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120 miles north of Mombasa, Malindi is one of Kenya’s most popular tourist coastal destinations with some of the most beautiful stretches of beach in the world. 

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1 flight Nairobi to Lamu daily.

Situated on the northern coastline, Lamu Island is Kenya’s oldest continually inhabited town. It was founded in the 14th century and features on the World Heritage List as “the oldest and best-preserved Swahili settlement in East Africa”.

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1 flight from Nairobi on Tue-Thu-Sat-Sun, 2 flights from Nairobi on Mon-Wed-Fri

Located west of Lake Turkana in northwest Kenya, Lodwar is considered the capital of Turkana District.  A major centre for trade, it is also known for intricately woven baskets that are made by Turkana women and sold at the Basket Market.

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