Kenya is a beautiful country located in East Africa, known for its diverse wildlife, stunning landscapes, and vibrant culture. With a growing tourism industry, Kenya has become a popular destination for both business and leisure travel. In this blog, we will explore the country's main airports with terminals, visa procedures for crew members, and the help of International Flight Planning Solutions in handling all necessary services.
Kenya has several airports that serve as entry points to the country. The main airport is Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO, HKJK) which is located in Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya. JKIA has two terminals, Terminal 1A and Terminal 1B. Terminal 1A serves domestic flights while Terminal 1B serves international flights. The airport offers a range of services and facilities including duty-free shops, restaurants, lounges, and currency exchange services.
Another major airport in Kenya is Moi International Airport (MBA, HKMO), which is located in Mombasa. The airport has two terminals, Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, which serve both domestic and international flights. Moi International Airport offers similar facilities to JKIA, including restaurants, shops, and currency exchange services.
For crew members flying to Kenya, it is important to note that a valid visa is required. The type of visa required will depend on the crew member's nationality and the purpose of their visit. However, in most cases, a single-entry visa is sufficient.
To obtain a visa, crew members can either apply online or in person at a Kenyan embassy or consulate. It is recommended that crew members apply for their visa at least 2-3 weeks before their intended travel date to allow for processing time.
Handling all necessary services for a flight can be a frightening task, especially in a foreign country. However, with the help of IFPLS, the process can be made much easier.
IFPLS offers a range of services including ground handling, fueling, and customs and immigration clearance. The company has a team of experienced professionals who are dedicated to ensuring a smooth and hassle-free experience for their clients.
Kenya is a beautiful country with a growing aviation industry. With its main airports and terminals, visa procedures for crew members, and the assistance of IFPLS, flying to and from the country can be made easier and more efficient. Whether you are traveling for business or leisure, Kenya has much to offer and is worth a visit.
Contact IFPLS at any time if you require assistance or information on your journey. Every day of the week, they are accessible round-the-clock. They are easily accessible via their website at https://www.ifpls.com/apply.php. Additionally, you can reach their operations department at email@example.com and they are available around the clock. You can therefore get in touch with IFPLS whenever you need help.
International Flight Planning Solutions can handle all aviation services at Kenya airports mentioned below:
Nairobi/Wilson Located in Nairobi, KENYA ICAO - HKNW, IATA – WIL
Eldoret International Located in Eldoret, KENYA ICAO - HKEL, IATA – EDL
Kisumu Located in Kisumu, KENYA ICAO - HKKI, IATA – KIS
Malindi Located in Malindi, KENYA ICAO - HKML, IATA – MYD
Waghala/Wajir International Located in Wajir , KENYA ICAO - HKWJ, IATA – WJR
Lamu/Manda Located in Lamu, KENYA ICAO - HKLU, IATA – LAU
Nanyuki Located in Nanyuki, KENYA ICAO - HKNL, IATA – NYK
Lokichoggio Located in Lokichoggio, KENYA ICAO - HKLK, IATA – LKG
Ukunda Located in Ukunda, KENYA ICAO - HKUK, IATA – UKA
Kitale Located in Kitale, KENYA ICAO - HKKT, IATA – KTL
Mandera Located in Mandera, KENYA ICAO - HKMA, IATA – NDE
Moyale Lower Located in Moyale, KENYA ICAO - HKMY, IATA – OYL
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