JKIA, Jomo Kenyatta International Airport

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JKIA (Jomo Kenyatta International Airport), one of the best Airports in Africa.

It connect to more than 30 countries worldwide and this page therefore is to give you free tips to enjoy while in Nairobi.

Named after Kenya's first President, JKIA today is the biggest Airport in East and Central Africa, and is also the focal point for major aviation activity in the region.

Its importance as an aviation centre makes it the pacesetter for other airports in the region.


Jomo Kenyatta international airport is half-an-hour’s drive from the Nairobi city centre.

Taxis are readily available but it is advisable for tourists to establish the fare before setting off for their destination.

Also present are state controlled Kenatco Taxis and London style cabs which work on a fixed rate and have to charge as per kilometer as determined by law.

However, most tourist hotels have their own minibus transport which can be arranged through reception.

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