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FAQs - booking Kenya flights

  • Which are the shortest flights to Kenya?

    Flights from the US to Kenya mostly involve one or two stops before getting to their destination. Most of these flights take an average of 20h 5min for one-stop flights while flights with two stops take about 21h-23h. The quickest one-stop flights take around 18h, depart from (ORD) and have their final stops at (NBO). These flights are offered by United Airlines, Lufthansa, and Ethiopian Airlines.

  • Does Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO) have lounges?

    Yes. If you’re a passenger at JKIA you can access several airport lounges where you can unwind. If you can purchase an annual membership, pay at the door, or buy a day pass you’ll gain access to any lounge in NBO. At any of the lounges, all boasting outstanding customer service, you'll have access to snacks, drinks, magazines, TV, and a flight information monitor. In Terminal 1A, airside close to Gate 13 is the Aspire Lounge. In Terminal 1C, you'll find the Simba Lounge and Turkish Airlines Lounge. In Terminal 2, Level 1, you'll find the Mount Kenya Lounge in the Domestic Departures and Mara Lounge in the International Departures. In Terminal 1A are the Pride Lounge and other Simba Lounge.

  • What are the travel requirements when flying to Kenya?

    United States nationals, just like nationals from most western countries, require a valid passport, a minimum of two blank passport pages, and a visa that can be obtained through an online application. If you would like to get a multiple entry visa, you will need to apply in advance from your nearest embassy. Travelers who would like to visit Rwanda and Uganda as well are advised to apply for an East Africa cross-border joint visa. This would allow you entry into the three countries on a single visa.

  • Is Jomo Kenyatta International Airport accessible to patrons with limited mobility?

    Yes, it’s accessible. NBO is wheelchair-friendly enabling easier movement around the Airport for persons with limited mobility. Also, NBO offers assistance to patrons with limited mobility traveling through the airport. The customer service office handles all requests for special assistance and provides specialized staff to assist a person with limited mobility throughout the airport. To get additional special assistance at NBO, you must contact your travel agent or airline before your flight.

  • Which airport should I fly into to enjoy the sandy beaches in Mombasa?

    If you enjoy being by the beach, you should fly to Moi International Airport (MBA). These flights can be taken from MIA, JFK, IAD, and ORD, and involve at least two layovers. This airport is located on the island of Mombasa, along the Indian Ocean. It is popular for its sandy beaches and world-class beach resorts. Mombasa is a short distance from Watamu, Diani, and Malindi, which have remarkable beaches and resorts.

  • How can I get to downtown Nairobi from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport?

    After landing at NBO, there are various transport choices from the airport to the city center. Inside Jomo Kenyatta International Airport’s terminal building in the Arrivals Hall, you’ll find taxi counters where you can book your taxi. The taxi ride from NBO can take approximately 40 minutes however it can differ depending on the traffic conditions. Also, to get downtown you can choose from various app-based cabs. Moreover, at NBO there are buses to take you to the city center. Visit the Information Desk at the Arrivals lobby to purchase your bus ticket or you can buy your ticket downtown on board. Board the bus between Terminal 1C and 1B and the trip takes roughly an hour under normal traffic conditions.

  • Is there public transportation from popular airports in Kenya?

    There are public transport options available within the airports in Kenya. From NBO, there are taxis and shared-ride minibuses (matatus) available at the ground transportation area. If you prefer taking a taxi, note that they are not metered; therefore, you will have to bargain a price with your driver before setting off. If you choose to take a matatu, they are the cheapest means of transport in Kenya. Always confirm that the matatu is headed to your destination before getting in.

  • Where can I dine at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport?

    While at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport your tummy starts rumbling, you can grab something to eat or drink at the airport. NBO has several dining places in its terminals to care for your stomach. At NBO in Terminal 1A, there are notable dining places. Additionally, the International Departure, Domestic Departures, and local arrival Gates are other great dining places at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.

  • How long is the flight to Kenya?

    An average nonstop flight from the United States to Kenya takes 21h 07m, covering a distance of 8420 miles. The most popular route is New York - Nairobi with an average flight time of 13h 30m.

  • What is the cheapest flight to Kenya?

    The cheapest ticket to Kenya from the United States found in the last 72 hours was $479 one-way, and $746 round-trip. The most popular route is New York John F Kennedy Intl to Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta Intl and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was $805.

  • Which airlines fly to Kenya?

    Delta & Kenya Airways fly the most frequently from the United States to Kenya. The most popular route is from New York to Nairobi, and Delta and Kenya Airways fly this route the most.

  • What are the most popular destinations in Kenya?

    The next most popular destinations are Kisumu (13%) and Malindi (3%).Searches for flights to Eldoret (0.4%) are also popular.

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    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a given destination and date is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.

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Top tips for finding cheap flights to Kenya

  • Enter your preferred departure airport and travel dates into the search form above to unlock the latest Kenya flight deals.
  • If you require ATMs and currency exchange services once you get to Kenya, there are several exchange centers and ATMs available throughout Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO), Kisumu International Airport (KIS), and Moi International Airport (MBA). In case you would also like to use banking services, these are also available within the airport.
  • Four major airports serve the republic of Kenya. Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO) is the largest aviation facility in Kenya and the busiest. Moi International Airport (MBA) in Mombasa is the second busiest. Kisumu International Airport (KIS) and Eldoret International Airport (EDL) are other great alternatives to the two airports.
  • The majority of flights to Kenya have layovers at Doha Hamad International (DOH). At DOH, you can enjoy duty-free shopping. There are bookstores, souvenir shops, and high-end jewelry and fashion stores available to travelers. For travelers who love to keep fit, this airport has a fitness center with a gym, a swimming pool, a hydrotherapy tab, and two squash courts. This airport also has over 30 restaurants for travelers to enjoy.
  • If you’re flying to Kenya’s capital city, Nairobi you should consider booking your flight to NBO, the Airport is situated in Nairobi metropolitan city. Therefore, making it easier for you to move around the metropolitan city.
  • Fly to Nairobi if you would like to be close to Nairobi National Park. This park is located 8 miles away, a 32min drive from the airport, and serves as one of Kenya’s main tourist attraction sites. Travelers can get to the park via the taxis available at the airport, or through shared-ride minibuses (matatus), which is the cheaper option.
  • If you’re flying to Kisumu city for a holiday vacation, you should consider booking your flight to KIS. The Airport is the major airport serving the city of Kisumu hence placing you close to top tourist destinations such as Lake Victoria and Impala Park.
  • From Nairobi, travelers can easily access other countries in East Africa. This is because Kenya is located at the center of East Africa. In addition, Nairobi offers many direct flights to countries like Tanzania, Uganda, Sudan, and Ethiopia. If you would like to use other means, there are several bus shuttles available from Kenya to other East African countries at affordable rates.
  • NBO is the main hub for Kenya Airways, the national carrier of Kenya among other airlines such as Fly540, Jambojet, and African Express. If you’re connecting to several cities in Kenya, you should consider booking your flight with Kenya Airways as they have many connections from NBO.
  • Kenya does not offer foreign citizens the option to obtain a visa upon arrival. Instead, foreign citizens can get an e-visa by applying online.
  • If you are flying to Kenya, consider booking your flight to NBO. The airport serves as the ideal gateway into Kenya as well as Central and East Africa. The airport is well connected to major airports around the world and receives multiple airlines flying from New York (JFK), San Francisco (SFO), Chicago (ORD), Washington D.C. (IAD), and Los Angeles (LAX), among other cities.
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Top 5 airlines flying to Kenya

Need help choosing which airline to fly with from the United States to Kenya? KAYAK airline reviews give an overall score for each airline based on loads of factors, including comfort, boarding, in-flight entertainment and more, to make your decision easier. See airline scores according to KAYAK reviews.
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Mario was great. Made a night flight on a small aircraft pleasant and memorable.

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Mario was great. Made a night flight on a small aircraft pleasant and memorable.

It was great I love flying Delta and have never had a bad experience with them

They were 2 hours late departing with no explanation. I missed my connection, was rebooked not in correct seating that I paid for. Over all of was horrible. I now know why I've not flown Delta since 2018

I love the free wifi and headrest screens. I would consider Delta even more because of this but the seats aren't so great. The snacks aren't very good in my opinion. I bought a Bloody Mary and that was great! So just be comfortable with better snacks and the airline world will be yours.

Crew was not helpful. Other passengers in first class were over served blatantly over intoxicated.

We just spent $6000 on our first trip since pre COVID and we were stranded on the runway of our departing airport for 2 hours and 15 minutes while our layover was only an hour and a half. We were told by the pilot we were next for de-icing and then got bumped by 3 other planes. Pilot went on to say they only had one guy working the de-icing where they usually have at least 2. In Rochester. In the heart of winter. Someone missed a step and should be fired. I'm not done.

Food service was bare-bone. Better bot to have any at all rather than hand out premade coffees and cookies to random few passengers.

Bag drop off was slow and annoying. Only 2 agents at the entire delta desk, and no one directing traffic for what line to be in, many confused people slowed down the process. Boarding was fine. Seats in Delta comfort plus were fine. Snacks were great! Definitely a bonus. The entertainment system was awful — old, slow, not responsive, and completely unable to play games due to some kind of error. But on the other hand, thank you to Delta for the free WiFi. That made it better.

Crew was great. Friendly, calm, interesting, happy to be there. That makes a huge difference. Plane was very quiet. Also quite empty so I had three seats to sleep across

Crew were exceptional. Plane was quiet and quite empty, so I had a row to sleep across.

Wore experience due to delay and took me 3 days to reach my destination.

All over with Qatar airlines my experience was really bad due to delays and then putting me on different airlines and after 8 hours of wait I had to listen to their is no plane to fly for another 24 hours. Wore experience ever.

Excellent will be flying again in May with Qatar. to Botswana.

Ultimate customer care humble and excellent service oriented crew , perfect timing maintained by the crew . My profound appreciation.

Asian Veng meal have Non Veg items which is not ok. Pure veg meals option are too less and they have inclusion of Vedgan and Lactos etc... which is taste less

Very bad. We booked 8 months in advance for 2 people but couldn’t get seats together. Food was so bad I couldn’t even eat.

Okay not so good or great. The flight operated by Indigo is worst from boarding to luggage handling and food. Damaged one luggage and delayed another luggage. Still did not get it, since 2 days.

The 2nd flight from Doha to Mumbai was not of international level expected while booking with Qatar

The flight from Doha to Mumbai with Indigo was worst in my whole life, I had booked tickets with Qatar, but still we had to fly by Indigo , worst flight

Was unable to check in via app or website with supplied booking code (something to do with flight being operated by a partner airline, although the code didn’t work on the partner’s website either) Specified a vegetarian meal during booking, but that somehow wasn’t captured in airline’s system By the time flight crew got to my row, now vegetarian food was available. Had nothing to eat on flight from Philadelphia to Doha! Flight attendant was completely unconcerned and actively apathetic to the situation

I’m unclear why I had to pay extra for assigned seats as Turkish airlines did not honor the seating. We were placed across the aisle from each other on TK 34, and were seated behind one another on TK 694. Because my name was misspelled on e-ticket (Klawiter, instead of Klawitter) I could not log onto website to get the connection gate number in Istanbul. The monitors in the airport were a jumbled mess 1/2 Arabic and 1/2 English.

On line check in needs a lot of improvement. I tried and gave up.

Food not good, flight attendants not the best, not accommodating very ruff

the female flight attendant was racist towards me. I could tell she treated the two other passengers next to me with more softness.

Oh my god! For an13 hour flight they serve you food just one time. Also don’t be thirsty they give you a little small cup of soda to drink. They seem like their goal is to feed you one so they don’t have to be bothered with you. It quite surprise for such a long flight there are several times to eat at least three and the food was well lackluster. The food and lack of offering drinks which were always hot no ice provided.

We were traveling first class. Checkin counter lady and her manager, both were in bad mood and did not treat us well about checking in the handbag. The gate agent took care of it right away. I travel Turkish twice a year in first class. No one has ever refused to check in the hand bag. Not sure, why this agent and her manager refused. Everything else was excellent.

The 787 economy was a disaster for long haul. The space was too little compared to 777 or 747. Also the extremely low tray table behind the seat made any dining effort a nightmare. However, the movies were up to date, and the food taste was good, despite of terrible serving process caused by small space.

A little bit more comfort. It’s tight space around the seats. But all else is great and a smooth flight!

0ur assigned seats were given to other individuals when we boarded the plane. We were given new boarding passes with new seats all the way at the back of the plane. The reason given to us was that there were issues with the seats. We found out that there were no issues, and someone else's were seated on those.

There many good things about the flight but What could be better is the seat room after a chair reclines in the row ahead of you.

Apart from delay of 3 hrs in Nairobi for onward flight to Dar all fine. Looked like operational issues caused it.

I booked a round trip flight and boarded a Kenya Airways trip from New York (JFK) to Nairobi (JKIA). First flight from New York to Nairobi was uneventful with no issues. However, the return flight was beyond disappointing. To begin with I had paid an extra $60 each for premium seats (me and my wife) in economy aisle 15 (B & A). However, upon settling down in the middle seat, I noticed that the controller had been ripped off meaning I would not have access to some of the seat functionalities like the individual lighting etc. I proceeded to alert a flight attendant that the controller was missing and she politely responded to me by telling me if I need anything, to use my wife’s seat controller (on the window seat) to call for assistance and I would be assisted accordingly. I was surprised by the response that she gave as it felt like my comfort and request for a service that I paid for was undermined, but nonetheless I opted to play it nice and kept my calm. After this I engaged in a conversation with a passenger (Caucasian / White male) who sat next to me on the aisle seat. In the process of having this conversation I asked him if he had paid for his seat. He went ahead to politely tell me that he had been moved from a seat in the back by one of the flight attendants and had not paid any extra fees. During this conversation, he noticed that the charging docks were not working and he needed to charge his iPad to watch his Netflix show (it was on pause). Alarmed by this, he went ahead and flagged one of the flight attendants who without wasting any time acted astonished and as fast as lightning was able to find him a better seat a few rows in front. Please note, all the charging plugs were not working for the three seats. In summary, below are the reasons for the low rating: 1. Charging for a broken seat: Kenya Airways should not charge for a defective seat. If a seat is defective and is paid for, the airlines should work out a way to either refund the customer or move the customer to a better seat – regardless of skin color. 2. Below Par Customer Service: Do not debilitate a customer’s request especially when a paid for service is not delivered – regardless of skin color. Assuming that I am comfortable with having to either keep alerting the flight attendant or relying on my wife’s seat to perform some of the functionality I may need is ridiculous. 3. Biasness / Inequality / Prejudiced Behavior: The Caucasian/ White male was treated with more favor. Not only was he moved around to make sure he was comfortable (free of charge) but all his complaints were resolved immediately without any hesitance. On the contrary, I being a black man of African descent who had paid an additional premium for his seat, I was completely ignored and told to settle for what I got.

It has been 1 week since arriving at my destination and I still have not recieved my kite surfing bags. Office will not communicate properly on location or when my bags will arrive. No advice on what to do on luggage that has not arrived in over a week. Simply not happy with Kenya airways at the moment.

Excellent. They canceled our flight & put us up for the night. Then upgraded us. We are impressed

My flight from Nairobi to nyc. My seat made noise and moved around. The two toilets in the back didn’t work well cause you didn’t know if someone was in there cause the light didn’t work. The bathroom doors didn’t lock well either, so I walked in on someone. The crew wasn’t quick or super helpful. When I went to get something they were chatting and they would look at me, continue on with their conversation and finally I would interrupt to get a drink.

The flight attendants on this flight were incredible! One even gave me her own dinner when my special meal order wasn’t transferred due to a flight delay! She insisted and I was so grateful. That is going above and beyond! The issue I had with the flight was with Lufthansa support. I missed my connection due to a flight delay and they wouldn’t rebook online, only in person. This took a lot of time and visits to the airport waiting for a Lufthansa agent to arrive 5 hours later than posted and almost paying full-fare price for the new flights and refusal to add my special meal orders. It made for a challenging journey home and I didn’t feel valued as a customer.

If my flight from Heathrow to Nairobi had not been cancelled I would’ve been in kisumu to fly back! And I have still not had my refund! So you have my cash and I’ve got nothing in return. Wonderful!

Great job in making sure that the customer is always having a great time

I think is one of the greatest most professional airlines I’ve flown with. So sustainable as well!!! The business class is top notch!!!

The flight never took off. We sat on the tarmac for over two hours due to an electrical fault and finally the flight was cancelled. We were told that hotels would be organised but there was no further communication. In the end I retrieved my baggage and went to the car park to pick up my car and drive home. It cost me over £150 to park the car for two weeks, plus of course petrol, and over £600 for the four flights and £50 for the travel visa. All gone up in my smoke. I’m bitterly disappointed that my business Trip was cancelled and have been told I will get a “partial refund” within three months!!! What a way to treat a customer.

I was called up at the gate not knowing why and then handed over my passport and was told I was being upgraded from Premier economy to Business class and it was wonderful. I've never been upgraded before and it was such a pleasant experience.

Great service and air hostesses, took care of all activities very well and smooth

I was unable to input the API information in online. I phoned and a member of staff input it for me, however when I went to check in online was told that I had not entered the API needed. It took 7 seperate calls to get all the information added. I added bags separately to booking the flights. When I went to check bags in at the airport and print the lable the machine kept telling me I didn't have bags, despite the online information telling me that I had. A helpful member of staff at Gatwick sorted and printed the lables.

I was rebooked on Delta. Did not take this flight

Good. The flight was extremely delayed but they rebooked my layover (which took off before we even landed) before we arrived. Second flight made me check my bag but there was plenty of room. Otherwise good experience

Horrible experience! We sat in the plane at the gAte and had a delay of about 4 hours! Captain said it was due to the tug not being able to disengage from the aircraft . When we finally took off it was evident that we had missed out connection and tbough BA rebooked us on a later flight it caused us to miss an orientation meeting and dinner in Geneva. Once in the second flt from gatwick to Geneva we again were delayed( again sitting in the plane )for an hour after boarding waiting for apparently an air traffic problem to resolve. Another annoyance was paying seat fees twice to upgrade our seats towards the front of the plane to ensure overhead cabin space and were told at the gate they are boarding from the rear! This should be stated when making reservations!! On the first flight from Jfk there was a sick person on board snd they asked for assistance. For the rest I of the flight a person kAyed on the glue if the planes covered in blankets . Very unsettling to say the least!I have several flights booked with BA and I’m seriously rethinking this. Kathleen Ditta

Boarding ,checking in was easy and quick . Comfort was not good.

It was the most uncomfortable flight I have ever had , it was a nightmare ,the seats were narrow and I was very cramped, the food was awful, there was over weight person seating next to me or should I say seating on my lap.Most of her was overflowing onto my seat .For 6 hours I endured this gulag like conditions. I will never ever book any flight with British Airlines

Innovative boarding process using face recognition was flawless. Excellent food. Great lounge!

It was good… always SO many people… I realize that’s how they make money but wow!

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